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Goa Cricket Association officials get summons
Friday 23 December 2016

Goa Cricket Association officials get summons
As the accused persons failed to appear before the economic offences cell (EOC) of Goa police, EOC on Thursday issued fresh summons to president, Goa Cricket Association (GCA), Chetan Dessai, secretary, Vinod Phadke and treasurer, Akbar Mulla besides former president Dayanand Narvekar for allegedly misappropriating funds to the tune of 1 crore from the sports body.
Speaking to TOI, EOC superintendent of police Priyanka Kashyap said that not a single accused person appeared before the EOC.Except for Narvekar, other three accused persons have filed anticipatory bail applications in the court, Kashyap added.
A complaint was filed by former Ranji player, Nilesh Prabhudesai in this regard. Police said that the accused allegedly hatched a criminal conspiracy and deposited a cheque for 1 crore fraudulently in a bank account misappropriating funds granted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to the sports body towards TV subsidy. The alleged transaction took place during the year 2006-07, wherein the above accused were signing authorities.

As the accused persons failed to appear before the economic offences cell (EOC) of Goa police, EOC on Thursday issued fresh summons to president, Goa Cricket Association (GCA), Chetan Dessai, secretary, Vinod Phadke and treasurer, Akbar Mulla besides former president Dayanand Narvekar for allegedly misappropriating funds to the tune of 1 crore from the sports body.

Speaking to TOI, EOC superintendent of police Priyanka Kashyap said that not a single accused person appeared before the EOC.Except for Narvekar, other three accused persons have filed anticipatory bail applications in the court, Kashyap added.

A complaint was filed by former Ranji player, Nilesh Prabhudesai in this regard. Police said that the accused allegedly hatched a criminal conspiracy and deposited a cheque for 1 crore fraudulently in a bank account misappropriating funds granted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to the sports body towards TV subsidy.

The alleged transaction took place during the year 2006-07, wherein the above accused were signing authorities.

Courtesy: The Times of India

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