Big News: Rohan Is The Son Of Former Finance Minister

Big news: Rohan is the son of former finance minister Arun Jaitley, the new DDCA president, do you know who was in this post before?

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Rohan, son of former finance minister Arun Jaitley, has been appointed as the new chairman of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA).

Rohan, son of former finance minister Arun Jaitley, has been elected the new chairman of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA). He has recently nominated himself as the President of DDCA. The secretary of the Delhi Cricket Association said Rohan Jaitley could take over as DDCA president.

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Rohan, son of former finance minister Arun Jaitley, became the next president of Delhi and the District Cricket Association (DDCA). Rohan Jaitley has submitted his nomination for the post of DDCA President. Earlier, Rajat Sharma was the chairman of DDA. Who resigned before his term expired.

On the other hand, from 1999 to 2013, only Arun Jaitley was the chairman of DDA. Rajat Sharma then took charge of the DDC and resigned before his term expired and now Rohan Jaitley has been elected president of the DDCA.

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For the sake of information, before the nomination, Rohan Jaitley said that I am going to fill the nomination and the cricket administration is not so easy. Where everything must be seen. But I will reveal some things here. For information, let us know that in addition to these, 5 more people also submitted nominations. However, there was no sensation about the rest of the terms. For information, let us know that the Chairman of DDCA, consisting of Treasurer and four Directors, this time submitted nominations for 19 Treasurers.

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