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Amit Bhatia Statement

AMIT Bhatia has released a statement following his resignation from Queens Park Rangers

Bhatia issued his resignation today following recent disagreements with the rest of the board on season tickets and the dismissal of Ishan Saksena.

He has released the following statement via Sky Sports:

'It is with a heavy heart that I tender my resignation as vice chairman of Queens Park Rangers football club. It has been a great honour to serve this club for the last three years.

'Although there have been challenges, the last 15 months have been a period of stability and success and it gives me great pleasure to see Queens Park Rangers back in the Premier League where I feel the club belongs.

'It is very clear to me from recent board meetings that my vision, strategy and direction for the club is very different from that of the other shareholders and board members.

'The recent decision to sack the CEO Ishan Saksena and significantly increase season ticket prices are just two of the decisions I disagree with.'


Bhatia made himself a popular figure in W12 and this will be sure to stir the emotions of supporters throughout the summer as more pieces of this story are released into the public domain.

On behalf of Vital QPR, and I would hope the majority of supporters, I would like to wish Amit Bhatia the best of luck for the future.




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Date:Wednesday May 25 2011

Time: 6:33PM

 

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