The people like lalit modi who dont have creditability should not not comment about the creditability of others. This man is has also misused power and position and made lots of money. He is a coward who has run away from the country to UK to avoid facing inquiry against him. Such person should not be given undue importance unless he has guts and courage to return to the country and face inqiry against him. He is the person who could not give any answers to the questions of Arnab Goswamy on Times Now and ran away from the debate twice.
In 1997, BCCI had appointed retired SC Chief Justice YV Chandrachud as a one-man committee of inquiry to probe the allegations of rampant fixing. He refused to meet the policeman who had taped evidence : “It is not in my brief.”
In the year 2003, DV Subba Rao probed the allegation that Abhijit Kale had offered bribes to two selectors. Rao did not meet a single person who could have shed light on the question. Why? “The terms of reference have been restricted, so the inquiry will be limited to only those three persons,”
Lalit Modi's brother in law Chellaram is RajRoyals majority owner. This was even when IPL was headed by Modi. Later Lalit was caught in the TV rights scandal and passport confiscated. The court also ordered severe penalties despite Vasundhara Raje protecting him. He brought the infamous "after-match" party in IPL mostly sponsored by bookies posing as agents. Now with what moral authority is he criticising others?
Lalit Modi, by pinpointing at others, you dont become good! Dont talk as if, BCCI was any better when you were part of it! You ran away from the law of India, and thus you need not worry about what is happening at IPL... We Indiana would do the needful - You keep quiet!
Re: Rediff - stop interviewing fugitives
by madanmohan siddhanthi on Jun 10, 2013 07:17 AM
He may be corrupt - but what can he do against totally corrupt and BCCI and its associates who are politicians and can get him murdered -the guys are worse than naxalites
Re: Re: Rediff - stop interviewing fugitives
by sivanandam lakshmanan on Jul 17, 2013 08:09 PM
This mentality is spoiling INDIA. If a man is corrupt by thousands r millions it is corruption. If it is small it can't be forgotten r tolerated. He is part & parcel of it & he is hiding from law,so he don't have any right to talk about bcci.
by sivanandam lakshmanan on Jul 17, 2013 08:12 PM
bring a rule that ad money 75% to be handed over to nation. if any player plays for nation they should not play for ipl u can see all the begggers will runaway to join ipl.
the BCCI has any credibility or not will be determined sooner ... but a bloke like Modi is getting all attention for speaking ROTTEN things.... Sitting away in UK and not coming to India for he will be jailed!!! for all his misdeeds.... Kind of Coal calling the Pot BLACK!!
He has been paid by the ECB and the CA to tarnish the image of BCCI and India!... we were good at castigating ourselves long since colonial and even before during JaiChand days! Nothing new.... the Colonial Masters are using it up!... our infighting, Lalit Modi is just one of the reminders of the ploy by them to rubbish the BCCI!