The government said on Thursday that it had ordered an inspection of the account books of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA).
Minister of State for Corporate Affairs, RPN Singh, said in a written reply to the
Lok Sabha that “the government has received complaints from honourable members
of the Parliament (Lok Sabha) regarding the affairs of the DDCA, alleging manipulation of records, financial or otherwise, improper conduct of annual general meetings, irregular purchases, injudicious spending of funds and payment of honorarium against the provisions of the Articles of Association, etc”.
The Minister informed that “inspection of the books of accounts and other records of the company has been ordered under Section 209A of the Companies Act, 1956.”
He was replying to queries from Lok Sabha member Kirti Azad on “whether the government is aware that various cases of fraud, including financial and administrative, in the DDCA has been reported.