Uncertainity looms over Lalit Modi's participation in Rajasthan Cricket Association elections

Lalit Modi was banned for life by the BCCI from all cricket matters in India but the ban was stayed by the Rajasthan High Court in October. His legal counsel claims that since the RCA is governed by the Rajasthan Sports Act, the BCCI ban is not applicable on him.

updated: December 10, 2013 19:41 IST
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The high voltage elections of the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) have been scheduled for December 19 even as uncertainty prevails over former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi's participations in the poll.

The judge appointed by Supreme Court as principal observer, Justice NM Kasliwal, announced the date on which union minister C P Joshi is expected to take on opposite faction which has witnessed the alliance of foes turned friends Modi and Sanjay Dixit.

"The elections of RCA would be held on December 19 while the nominations would be filed between 14th to 16th December. The scrutiny would be done on 17th while 18th is the date for withdrawls. The polling would be held on 19th between 11 am to 2 pm. The results would be sent to Supreme Court in sealed envelope and would be declared later by the apex court," Justice Kasliwal announced.

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