Madras High Court has stayed the controversial election of Tamil Nadu Amateur Kabaddi Association


15/05/2022 22:32:39 PM   Rajan Kumar Singh         5019






Chennai: Madras high court has stayed the controversial elections held for the Tamil Nadu Amateur Kabaddi Association (TNAKA) on May 29, on a petition filed by former Kabaddi player M Thiruvel Azhagan who alleged largescale irregularities in the poll process.
Vacation judge of the court Justice GR Swaminathan granted the interim stay after admitting the writ petition for hearing. It was Thiruvel Azhagan's contention that the president and secretary of the association had nothing to with the sport and that they were continuing in the post for more than a decade in violation of rules. Though the National Sports Development Code of India, 2011 prescribed the manne and procedure of election of office-bearers of various sports associations, stipulations about their age and tenure and the schedule of election, the president and the secretary issued an election notification on April 29, and held the election the same day.

There were 32 district associations in TN, but they are not functioning in a transparent manner since those associations are not registered.

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