Former India's Cricket Captain Md. Azharuddin has filed his nomination for the post of president of the Hyderabad Cricket Association today i.e on January 10. The 53-year-old Azharuddin has applied for president’s post after incumbent Arshad Ayub quit office following the Supreme Court verdict on Lodha committee reforms. There are doubts whether his nomination will be considered or not as he is not the member of Hyderabad Cricket Association. The clarity on this issue is likely to come by this evening. Speaking to a News Channel, Mohammad Azharuddin said that he wants to change the system provided all give supports to him. The Hyderabadi right-hander was banned by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for his alleged involvement in the match-fixing scandal match-fixing case in 2000. However, a court lifted the ban in 2012. He joined politics after his Cricket career. Azharuddin became a Member of Parliament, winning on a Congress ticket in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, in 2009.