We are not even thinking of getting proxy votes, says Bishan Singh Bedi

Bishan Singh Bedi maintains that his fight is not against the cricketers but the officials inside the Delhi & District Cricket Association.

updated: December 27, 2013 17:54 IST
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New Delhi: Former India captain Bishan Singh Bedi is well aware that it is a near impossible task for him to beat Sneh Bansal in the presidential elections of the Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) on December 30 but he is not ready to bow down without a fight against the "shameful activities" of the current regime.

"If you look from the perspective of corruption, how long will we tolerate what is going on at the DDCA? Is this the kind of atmosphere that you want at a renowned Test centre of the country? At least we have been allowed to hold a press conference over here," Bedi said in a sarcastic tone during a media interaction ahead of the association's elections.

Bedi addressed the media along with former India cricketers and Delhi stalwarts like Madan Lal, Kirti Azad, Surinder Khanna and Clean Sports India convenor BVP Rao.

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