Lalit Modi slams BCCI for reinstating Rajasthan Cricket Association on conditions

The board puts six stringent conditions for RCA, including no ‘direct or indirect’ Modi link.

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Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi hits back at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) after the cricket board cancelled Rajasthan Cricket Association's suspension on the condition that he stays out from its functioning.

The Rajasthan Cricket Association was suspended three years ago when Lalit Modi was elected as president. For the time being, all the domestic and age-group competitions were taken care of by the BCCI. The suspension was lifted during BCCI’s Special General Meeting (SGM) in New Delhi on Monday (December 11).

Gutted with the decision, Modi took to micro-blogging site Twitter and slammed the top brass of BCCI.

Wow Amazing. Not been in india for 7 Years. But the #Crook’s in @BCCI @IPL are even afraid of my name. Clowns just living off what I created for india.Good luck to these jokers who never did a days work in their life except live off what others created,” the ex-IPL commissioner wrote in his tweet.

Earlier in the day, Modi expressed his contentment after the ban on RCA was lifted.

"RCA ban revoked. Happy for #Rajasthan cricket & more importantly for our cricketers. It's been a challenging journey of patience & grit and the right thing has been done. Pray for the ascend of #RajasthanCricket," tweeted Modi.


By salman anjum - 12 Dec, 2017

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