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Delhi high court allows Jadeja to play domestic cricket

May 28, 2003 13:58 IST

Cricketer Ajay Jadeja can play domestic matches, the Delhi high court ruled on Wednesday.

A division bench comprising Justice B A Khan and Justice O P Diwedi passed an ex-parte interim order to that effect.

The order was passed on an appeal filed by Jadeja against the May 26 order of a single judge bench of the same court turning down the cricketer's plea for return to grade cricket.

The bench also issued notice to the Board for Control of Cricket in India seeking reply to Jadeja's appeal by July 21.

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Number of User Comments: 17




Sub: Good Decision by the court

I think he should be given a chance to play.As he is one of the talented palyer of indian cricket,so why to miss a chance ...


Posted by Balu





Sub: congratulation

i want to congratulate Mr.Ajay Jadeja that he has allowed to play in domestic cricket.Hope he will allow to play in inernational cricket also and ...


Posted by mohd. gyasuddin





Sub: At last the he got Justice!

Bhagwan ke ghar Der hai, Andher Nahi Hai! At last Jadeja got some sort of justice. I hope he will be allowed to play even ...


Posted by bharatiya





Sub: jadeja free

Good news that was, AJ has still a few more years of competitive cricket left in him.Unfortunate that he wasn't able to play at peak ...


Posted by kalyani bala





Sub: why not Azhar?

I will be very happy to see Jadeda Playing as he was one of the good players of India....But why Azhar is not being released ...


Posted by siddique




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