Mumbai: BCCI has extended suspended IPL chief commissioner, Lalit Modi's deadline to reply to the second show cause notice issued to him for his acts deleterious to world cricket.
The board has granted Modi 10 additional days for his reply. The original notice to Modi was sent on May 6 on the basis of e-mail sent to the board by England and Wales Cricket Board(ECB) chairman Giles Clarke and now has time till May 31 according to espnstar reports.
Earlier, Modi had responded to the first cause notice, handing over 15000 page reply to the BCCI and had asked for some time for the second cause notice.
The deadline for the second cause notice was May 21 before the 10 extension day was granted by the board.
The notice was related to Modi's meeting in Delhi on March 31 with English counties Yorkshire, Lancashire and Warwickshire in which he allegedly talked about IPL in the U.K and that the existing eight franchises would put their bid for nine counties out there.