Chennai, Jun 2 (UNI) The Tamil Nadu Basketball Association (TNBA) filed a complaint with the police saying some expelled members, restrained by the Madras High Court from using official name and logo, indulged in violence at its office here.
According to official sources, TNBA Chairman A N Dyaneswaran filed the complaint with the City Police Commissioner on June 1 following which a case was registered against 11 persons.
In his complaint,Mr Dyaneswaran said Madras High Court granted an Interim Injunction till June 16 restraining Idaytatullah and Arulmozhi, expelled from the TNBA, from using the name and logo of the TNBA and interfering in any manner, whatsoever, from peaceful possession of J J Indoor Basketball Complex belonging to the association.
He claimed Shahul Hameed and ten others mentioning Idaytatullah's name forcibly entered the stadium and caused damages and ran away.
This violated the injunction order and amounted to contempt, he said and sought action against the culprits.
The TNBA was likely to file a contempt petition in Madras High Court today, sources said.
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