03/09/2014 …. Eight members of the executive committee of the goa cricket association on Wednesday passed a resolution asking gca president vinod phadke to step aside from his post of gca president as mr phadke name was figured in the pendse commission report …
it may be noted that the state government-run Sports Authority of Goa had recently issued a show-cause notice to the Goa Cricket Association asking why it should not be de-recognized for failing to implement Justice Pendse Commission recommendations.
The commission, which has probed the infamous ticket scam reported during the 2001 India-Australia match at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Goa, had recommended that all the then members of the managing committee should be barred from managing the affairs of GCA who were named in the pendse report.
On Wednesday though certain decision were taken in the interest of the game of cricket, the meeting also had discussion where in the group led by dr salkar with eight members support out of fifteen passed a resolution asking mr phadke to step aside from his post
Dr salkar said that if mr phadke did not step down after the committee decision then whatever decision taken by mr phadke from now on in gca would be illegal as per constitution
Meanwhile gca president vinod phadke charged dr salkar of trying to take over gca presidentship from him by unwanted means
Phadke also stated that he had already asked for a 15 day time to sag to reply to the show casue notice sent by sag of de-recognizing goa cricket association