The legal battle between the Essel Group-promoted ICL and the official
cricket board BCCI has got more intense, with the former challenging in
the Delhi High Court the specific BCCI rules which prevent its players
from participating in tournaments not organised by the board. ICL filed
the amendment application on high court’s direction after BCCI objected
that ICL had not explained the specific rules it wanted to challenge.
The application challenged the validity of BCCI’s Rules and Regulations
34 which says that “no player registered with BCCI or its affiliate
members shall participate in any unapproved tournament”. The clause
also empowers the board to take punitive action against the players for
violating the rules.
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