Cornered Modi declares all-out war on BCCI bosses

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Modi dug his own grave no? Now he is fighting his bosses ha ha !!

Pushed against the wall by his detractors in the cricketing establishment, an embattled Lalit Modi, the commissioner of the Indian Premier League (IPL), virtually declared war on his Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) colleagues on Wednesday by terming the IPL governing council meeting called on April 26 “null and void”.

Faced with the prospect of an unceremonious sack, Modi also launched a frontal attack on BCCI president Shashank Manohar and his (Modi’s) arch enemy in the board N Srinivasan, the owner of Chennai Super Kings, calling him a ‘conflicted party’.  - DNA

As multi-agency tax authorities raided the offices of Indian Premier League franchisees across the country, the BCCI prepared an exit plan for Lalit Modi even as he remained defiant and refused to convene the IPL governing council meeting on April 26.

A cornered IPL chairman and commissioner, certain that he would be shown the door at the GC meeting, refused to attend the meeting saying it was ‘unauthorised’. He, however, stressed that he would convene the meeting on May 1.  - Deccan Herald

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Thats just the tip of the

Thats just the tip of the iceberg. Listen to this,

An internal inquiry has reportedly found Modi did away with the tender process to award long-term Internet, video and mobile rights to a Vancouver-based company called Live Current Media (LCM), which subsequently transferred these rights, through a complex web of trans-continental transactions, to a company controlled by Modi’s step son-in-law Gaurav Burman.

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Lalit Modi, BCCI ready for

Lalit Modi, BCCI ready for ugly divorce
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