Mumbai, Oct 21: Rejecting all speculations, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) stated that they would not go for any negotiations with former IPL chief, Lalit Modi about the alleged misappropriation of funds in the T20 cricket tournament.
The BCCI's denial came as the Supreme Court asked Lalit Modi and the BCCI to work out a compromise on the reconstitution of the disciplinary committee.
It was reported that probe panel member, Arun Jaitley and Modi's lawyer, Ram Jethmalani met on Wednesday, Oct 20 to work out an understanding on the issue.
Denying the report, BCCI spokesperson stated, "Arun Jaitley and Ram Jethmalani met yesterday night (Oct 20) for some other matter not connected to BCCI."
The BCCI also turned down Lalit Modi's plea saying the investigation was at an advanced stage and "It is a fact-finding and an internal committee. We cannot have external members in it."