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August 23, 2009
Virender Sehwag will meet the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) chief Arun Jaitley on Tuesday to discuss his future with the state side a week after reports emerged that, fed up of selection interference, Sehwag was seeking a move to Haryana.
Other senior Delhi players backed Sehwag's claims about the DDCA's selection procedures, with several saying that they would not hesitate to shift teams as well.
According to reports, DDCA officials accused Sehwag of trying to get his cousin picked in the Ranji team, allegations that Sehwag denied.
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