LAHORE - Former Lahore City Cricket Association (LCCA) president Khawaja Nadeem Ahmed Tuesday said that the scrutiny of the cricket clubs conducted in all the three affiliated zones was unfair as it declared a number of genuine clubs 'inactive'. Nadeem said out of 51 clubs of West Zone 22 were judged as inactive, from a total of 35 clubs of North Zone, 11 were declared inactive besides 10 inactive associate clubs whereas seven clubs out of total of 46 of East Zone were declared inactive. "There is no parity in the scrutiny as West and North Zones which are hub of the cricket activities suffered the most and the East Zone where lesser cricket activity has been taking place was given relief as it is being patronized by the PCB to support its candidate to contest the election of LCCA president. –Staff Reporter