The way for the election of Rajasthan Cricket Association is clear, will Vaibhav Gehlot be able to become ‘King’ again?

Rajasthan News: The way for the election has been cleared for the Rajasthan Cricket Association. On Tuesday, everyone’s eyes were fixed on the decision of the Rajasthan High Court. During the hearing in the single bench of Justice Indrajit Singh, reply was presented on behalf of RCA. The ban on elections in RCA was lifted by the order of the High Court. On informing about the change of election officer of RCA, the High Court disposed of the petition considering it meaningless. It was told that retired IAS officer Sunil Arora has been made the election officer. On October 4, the three-year term of the RCA executive was going to be completed.

Big relief to Rajasthan Cricket Association from the High Court

According to the rule, it was necessary to elect a new executive before three years. Voting was to be held on 30 September on all the posts of Rajasthan Cricket Association. On September 29, on the petition of Dausa, Nagaur, Sriganganagar and Alwar District Cricket Association, the High Court ordered to stop the elections. Following the order of the High Court, the RCA put a brake on the election process. In the petition, questions were raised on the qualification and impartiality of the election officer. On November 11, the election officer was changed by RCA.

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Decision on new dates for elections to the executive

Information was given about the appointment of retired IAS Sunil Arora as the new election officer in the High Court. The court had fixed the date of November 22 for the hearing seeking on-record documents. Today the High Court disposed of the petition considering it meaningless. Now the new dates of RCA elections will be announced in the executive body and the new election officers will get the entire election process completed. Vaibhav Gehlot, son of CM Ashok Gehlot, has won the election for the post of president for the second time in a row. The decision of the High Court is considered a big relief for Vaibhav Gehlot. 

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