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Mohammad Azharuddin Files Police Complaint Against HCA Member

Mohammad Azharuddin, in the complaint, said that a committee member of the HCA had used "abusive" language against him

Mohammad Azharuddin Files Police Complaint Against HCA Member
Mohammad Azharuddin | File Photo
Mohammad Azharuddin Files Police Complaint Against HCA Member
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2020-09-07T22:28:28+05:30

Former India captain and President of the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) Mohammad Azharuddin on Monday filed a police complaint, alleging that a member of the association 'abused' him verbally, police said. (More Cricket News)

Azharuddin, in the complaint, said that a committee member of the HCA had used "abusive" language against him and an employee of the association over an administrative matter, they said.

Based on the complaint, a case had been registered against the HCA member under relevant Indian Penal Code sections, a police official told PTI adding further investigations were on.

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