Wednesday, April 21, 2010

IPL Controversy : Modi hits back, says IPL meeting illegal

IPL commissioner Lalit Modi today hit back at his detractors claiming that he had sent an email to BCCI chief Shashank Manohar last week wanting to disclose all franchisee holdings, but was stopped from doing so.

He also claimed that the IPL Governing Council meeting called on April 26 was illegal and wanted it to be cancelled. 
If the meeting does go ahead on 26th April instead of 1st of May as I have asked it will deem to be unofficial. I do not propose to attend any unauthorised meeting, says Modi.

As Lalit Modi showing no signs of stepping down, the BCCI has now drawn up the exit strategy for the controversial IPL Commissioner ahead of the crucial Governing Council meeting on April 26.

Modi has already been sent feelers to step down voluntarily to end the furore that has engulfed the Twenty20 event and with it the BCCI. But he has preferred to keep his cards close to his chest and keep the top brass guessing for the time being.

Everything is going like a movie script, lets see what will be next turn.

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