NEW DELHI: Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung is realized to have really helpful to the Centre that the fee of inquiry appointed by the Arvind Kejriwal authorities below Gopal Subramaniam to probe alleged irregularities within the Delhi and District Cricket Affiliation (DDCA) be put aside because it was legally invalid.
Sources mentioned Jung, in a communication to the house ministry on Wednesday night, argued that the Fee of Inquiry Act, 1952 empowers solely the Centre and state governments to nominate a fee of inquiry. Delhi being a Union Territory wanting full statehood, a fee of inquiry could also be ordered solely with the concurrence of the Centre, by way of the LG, he mentioned.
Sources identified that Jung cited the inquiry into the CNG health equipment rip-off arrange by the Kejriwal authorities earlier which was put aside by the Centre on the identical floor.
The Centre is prone to study the matter on Friday, as Thursday was an official vacation on account of Milad-un-Nabi.
Sources on the Centre additionally claimed that the phrases of reference of the Subramaniam panel have been too imprecise and didn’t fulfill the requirement laid down below the Fee of Inquiry Act. The Act says {that a} fee might be set as much as examine “any particular matter of public significance”.
“Cricket in Delhi” was too imprecise for the aim, sources on the Centre mentioned, declaring {that a} probe fee arrange by the Ashok Gehlot authorities in Rajasthan in 2011 to probe the selections and actions of its previous regime led by Vasundhara Raje had didn’t go muster with the judiciary.
The Supreme Court docket had struck down the probe arguing that the fee was arrange based mostly on a file noting by Gehlot and never on the idea of numerous complaints obtained from the general public, as required below the Fee of Inquiry Act.



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