IPL commissioner Lalit Modi says Ban Srinivasan for life

IPL commissioner Lalit Modi
Mumbai, February 10, Sandipan Sharma: With the Supreme Court-established Justice Mudgal panel arraigning Gurunath Meiyappan in the IPL wagering and spot-altering outrage, the occasion’s sacked magistrate Lalit Modi on Monday requested a life boycott on his father-in-law and BCCI President N Srinivasan.

Meiyappan, some time ago the Team Principal of the Chennai Super Kings, was prosecuted for wagering by a three-part committee headed by Former Punjab and Haryana Chief Justice Mukul Mudgal, which was designated by the Supreme Court to explore the IPL spot-altering outrage. Srinivasan had shielded Meiyappan, calling him only a “cricket devotee”.

“Happy to see that Justice Mudgal report — affirms simply what I had been stating. Life boycott on all joined is an absolute necessity.

So I surmise Srinivasan’s 2 day triumph as future warlord of cricket was brief,” Modi tweeted. His legal advisor Mehmud Abdi reverberated his customer’s notion.