DDCA president assures Sehwag of fairplay
The Virender Sehwag-led players' revolt against the Delhi and District Cricket Association could end soon after DDCA President Arun Jaitely promised to address their grievances today.cricket Updated: Aug 24, 2009 17:37 IST
The Virender Sehwag-led players' revolt against the Delhi and District Cricket Association could end soon after DDCA President Arun Jaitely promised to address their grievances on Monday.
Jaitely met Sehwag today to discuss the unrest which has rocked DDCA. Sehwag, along with other star players like Gautam Gambhir and Ishant Sharma, were not attending Delhi's pre-season training camps for Ranji.
Gambhir and Ishant re-joined the camp today after Jaitely's assurances.
Sources said Jaitely has told Sehwag that players' complaints against the all-powerful Sports Committee would be
"Jaitley has told them that their complaints would be given due consideration," he said. The Indian opener is likely to meet Jaitey again tomorrow.
Sehwag has been leading the revolt against DDCA, alleging corruption and nepotism in selection procedure. His charges
were backed by DDCA vice-President and selection committee chairman Chetan Chauhan.
Sehwag had threatened to leave Delhi for Haryana if his grievances were not addressed.