The ombudsman of the Delhi cricket affiliation, DDCA, has ordered a forensic audit of accounts after failing to get doc particulars of a Rs 6.25 crore contract awarded to a agency MS Jangid JV for building and renovation work. Officials of DDCA have additionally not discovered the agency on the tackle given.
Justice (retd) Deepak Verma’s order got here after receiving complaints of fraud in opposition to the corporate. He referred to as for the contract paperwork from the DDCA apex council, tasked with working the cricket physique, however didn’t get them. The agency tasked with the audit has referred to as for steadiness sheets, minutes (of conferences), revenue-tax returns for the final 5 years and different paperwork.
“Vide my previous emails, I had requested Apex Council to provide me with all the financial details of DDCA accounts, however the same has not been done till date. I direct the Apex Council to provide the above-mentioned documents within seven days from today, positively,” Verma wrote in a mail to council members on Thursday.
DDCA joint secretary, Rajan Manchanda, the seniormost official after the president, secretary and two different prime officers left on varied grounds, stated affiliation officers have been unable to hint the agency’s workplace within the Sangam Vihar locality as given within the tackle.
“The address of the company given in the contract doesn’t exist. They had given us House No. 540, gali No. 10, but there was no address beyond House No. 480. The website given also doesn’t exist. I asked Sanjay Bhardwaj (an apex council member) to visit the place, but he couldn’t find it. Some of the meetings that took place happened at an architect’s office, and not at the company’s office. Surprisingly, it has filed IT returns. The phone number and email id provided belongs to a chartered accountant. We don’t know what company this is,” Manchanda stated.
Former India cricketer, Kirti Azad, a DDCA member, has written to the ombudsman asking him to cease spending cash meant for cricket on authorized bills. He stated former cricketers/specialists offering providers similar to teaching and choice for varied groups haven’t acquired dues amounting to round Rs four crore.
“It will interest you to note that cricketers who have provided services to DDCA and to various Delhi teams over the past decade have still not received their payments while lawyers and other professionals have been given large sums for fighting cases in various courts,” Azad wrote.