Randhir withdrawal clears path for Chautala and Co.
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"I welcome his decision to withdraw from the contest and I congratulate him. From day one we have all personally requested Raja Randhir Singh to not contest and to remain as an elder brother to all of us. Everybody wanted an unopposed election. Now it will happen," he said.
When quizzed whether they were risking a ban if they go ahead with elections in light of the IOC letter, Chautala said: "I don't want to say much, but since this is being done under the directives of the High Court I don't foresee any trouble."
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