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Chamundeswarinath gets yet another bouncer

N Venkata Rao ex-secretary accuses him of tempering with ACA bylaws and lodges complaint


The tainted and suspected Secretary of Andhra Cricket Association, V Chamundeswarinath now has yet another case to contend with N Venkata Rao, a former secretary of the association lodging a police complaint against him alleging meddling with the bylaws of the ACA. He, a former secretary of ACA on Wednesday lodged the complaint with the Nagarampalem police that Chamundeswarinath had meddled with Clause 21J of the bylaws by having the word 'President” deleted from the clauses which stipulates that either the President or the Secretary can attend the BCCI meetings.

With that misdeed , Venkata Rao alleged Chamundeswarinath ensured that nobody else in the ACA was kept informed of the decisions of the BCCI. He alleged that the book of new bylaws published in 2007 did not contain the word 'President'. Chamundeswarinath did not even circulate the new bylaw books to all the members of the ACA.

Nagarampalem police Sub Inspector Sreenivasulu Reddy said that they would take legal opinion before registering the case.

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