HC stays working committee meeting of JKCA
Jammu, July 4: Jammu and Kashmir High Court has stayed the proposed meeting of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association, scheduled for Sunday. The stay order was passed by Justice Ali Muhammad Magrey in a petition filed by International Cricket Club, which is pending disposal before the court at Jammu bench of the state High Court.
The petitioner had moved a fresh application seeking stay on the operation of a notice issued by Manzoor Ahmed Wazir, in his purported status as treasure of JKCA through General Secretary June 22, 2013 calling working committee meeting of the Association on July 6, 2007 at Srinagar and also seeking appointment of Commissioner-cum-Receiver to look-after the funds and functioning of JKCA.
The court after hearing counsel of the petitioner issued notice to Chief Secretary J&K, JKCA through General Secretary, Dr Farooq Abdullah President JKCA, Muhammad Aslam Goni, Salim Khan and Ahsan Mirza, Director General Youth Services and Sports, BCCI returnable within two weeks.
The court observed that that the meeting not notified by General Secretary or in his absence the other secretary nominated by President, in accordance with the rules, and not presided over by the President on a given agenda and at the given venue would not be competent within given position of rules. Prima-facie notice issued by Honorary treasurer is without jurisdiction and therefore shall be stayed till next date of hearing, the court directed.
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