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Lakkhan Raja: 2013 IPL spot-fixing Aditya Verma Son Lakkhan Raja Joins Bihar Ranji team | Aditya Verma's son, who filed a petition against BCCI for spot-fixing, joins Bihar Ranji team

In 2013, Aditya Verma filed a petition against the BCCI for spot-fixing.
Aditya said- Hopefully son will get a chance to play in the match against Mizoram

Dainik BhaskarDec 31, 2019, 07:23 PM IST Sports Desk. Lakhan Raja, son of Aditya Verma, who has filed a court petition for spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League (IPL), has been included in the Bihar Ranji squad. He will be part of the team in the match against Mizoram in Patna. On this occasion he said, "My son finally got a place in Bihar's Ranji team. I am sure he will also get a place in the playing eleven in the match against Mizoram. I hope he will score runs and make his place in the team. "

Aditya was the secretary of the unofficial Bihar Cricket Association in 2013.
Aditya was the secretary of the unofficial Bihar Cricket Association (CAB) in 2013. He had filed a petition against the BCCI in the spot-fixing case and dragged the then chairman N Srinivasan to court. However, his son Lakhan now works at India Cements, a company owned by Srinivasan. Verma was a staunch opponent of the former BCCI president, but publicly apologized to him during the BCCI AGM in New Delhi.

Aditya Verma said- Srinivasan is the real cricket administrator
According to Verma, "His son had a job in his company India Cements by the former BCCI president when he was getting away from cricket because of his lack of selection in the Bihar team." The son was able to continue playing cricket. Now I have realized that he is the real cricket administrator that Indian cricket needs. Asked if he had any intention to file a petition against the Srinivasan-led board in a spot-fixing case, he said, "Nothing is right or wrong here."

Verma has petitioned the Bihar Cricket Association (which he does not operate) against corruption. He feels that his son could not get a chance in the Bihar team due to cricket politics. However, he made it clear that my son's selection in the Bihar team does not mean that I have withdrawn the case.

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