BY TC News Desk
Agartala, August 01, 2023: The dispute between the two groups in the Tripura Cricket Association has reached the High Court. The court has directed all the parties to appear in court to break the deadlock of the association on Wednesday because Tripura Cricket Association had a good reputation at one time. But Tripura Cricket Association’s image has been tarnished in the last few days.
A few days back there was a lot of tension around the election of TCA. However, the election was finally completed. Within a few months after the election, the struggle between the two groups reached its final shape. There was a deadlock in the TCA where the sub-divisional administration had to stand up and break the lock of the TCA. This is not the end. Next time several office bearers including the Vice President were subjected to physical and mental torture by outsiders in front of the TCA office. As usual, the people of the state also witnessed the flashing of weapons there. But the state’s police have so far failed to arrest the youths.
Meanwhile, the deadlock of TCA continues. As a result, the game has completely stopped. In this situation, the two life members approached the High Court to break the deadlock of TCA. A preliminary hearing was held in the High Court on Monday. All parties presented their statements there. Lawyer Shankar Lodh appealed to the High Court on behalf of the Secretary, Vice-President and Treasurer of TCA. Speaking to media persons here, he said that many have presented many statements.
The High Court judge after hearing all the statements directed all the office bearers of TCA to be physically present in the court on Wednesday to solve the problem through discussion. At the same time, the judge also ordered the two life members who approached the high court to be present in the court on Wednesday.
Lawyer Shankar Lodh also said that on the day the TCA vice-president was tortured, they informed the police and went to the TCA office. They were attacked in front of the police. But the police did nothing. However, the High Court finally intervened to break the TCA impasse.