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With the lifting of Life Ban on Azhar, has he been given his long denied justice ?

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Asked by syed ilyas, 09 Nov '12 10:42 am
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At this age and close to 50 years now , he will not fit the bill to enter cricket again. The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Thursday struck down the life-time ban imposed by the Board of Cricket Control for India.
but justice delayed is justice denied.
had the justice been given immediately , he would have played his 100TH test and so on. this is india and this is how it happens here
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 09 Nov '12 10:49 am

 
  
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Justice delayed is justice denied.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 09 Nov '12 10:44 am

 
  
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His stand is vindicated, The slur is now washed off (though not fully).
But, his reputation has suffered irreparable loss and he lost his 12 playingqwhich cannot be restored. So, we cannot say without remorse that Azhar-ud-Din got justice.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 09 Nov '12 12:29 pm

 
  
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There is a big difference between Azhar the man and Azhar the dedicated cricketer,. The person Azhar had got some misdeeds done by the cricketer Azhar. The huge noise about his f involvement in match-fixing cannot be without basis. The present order of Hon'ble Andhra High Court did not give any judgement on whether he was freed from the chargs of match fixing. It was neither conclusively proved or disproved. It spoke about the justification of of the ban clamped on him.

Match fixing has become a global phenomenon and celebrated players all over the world have been involved in that. But only in India the matter so lingered so late and it has got special importance because he is now an MP. And we all know, if the seed of politics germinates in a fertile mind, what can be the consequences. So, I have no special fancy about Azhar. The present Board officials are also completely different form those who clamped such a ban. The case has also lost all relevance and we are not interested ...more
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 09 Nov '12 11:01 am

 
  
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But BCCI found him guilty. And now after 12 years, the court says, that life ban was illegal. Court does not say that he was not guilty. After he became an MP of the ruling party, this was always on the card.
Answered by kishore malhotra, 09 Nov '12 10:47 am

 
  
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This is not justice he was forced not to play and now it is too late for him to play
Answered by rajan, 09 Nov '12 10:45 am

 
  
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All political game being an elected congress MP that is the least thing expected fm the govt as a favour
Answered by RACHANAexposer, 09 Nov '12 10:44 am

 
  
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