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Delhi High Court Hands Out Derecognition Threat To All India Football Federation
Published December 20, 2012
A WELCOMED DECISION: The PTI reported the movement for corruption-free sports in the country, Clean Sports India, "welcomed the Delhi High Court's order." CSI national convenor BPV Rao alleged that incumbent President Praful Patel was "employing unfair means in order to get elected unopposed." Rao: "According to my personal information, Praful Patel collected blank nomination papers signed by probable office-bearers from the state federations. He will now decide who will get elected in which post and most probably all will [be] elected unopposed" (PTI, 12/19).