Mumbai: IPL commisioner Lalit Modi to quit from his position as he inolved in the allegations and all other issues related to the Kochi IPL franchise bid.
BCCI to ask Lallit Modi to step down as IPL commisioner on April 26. Lalit Modi to be excluded from BCCI meeting.
Franchise owners asked to attend the BCCI meeting. If Lalit Modi does not quit, BCCI to convene special AGM.
BCCI top bosses to meet in Mumbai on Friday, Apr 23.
Modi's alleged financial irregularities and will set up a three-member interim committee to investigate him.
The meeting will discuss allegations against Modi and all other issues related to the Kochi IPL franchise bid. The BCCI working committee meeting would be preceded by a meeting of the IPL's governing council on April 25.
"All the allegations (against Modi) and other issues would be discussed in the governing council. The date would be announced soon," said Rajiv Shukla.
“I reject the betting charges. I will file defamation case against the newspapers," he said.