Lalit Modi alleges N.Srinivisan and Anurag Thakur for the loss of ₹3798 crores

Former IPL President, Lalit Modi did a shocking revelation by posting a photo on his Instagram account which claimed that Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) lost Rs 3,798 crore as a result of previous BCCI office bearers N Srinivasan and Anurag Thakur.

He said that the losses came out of “canceling Champions League and throwing out Kochi & Sahara franchises. Srinivisan canceled watertight contract of Champions League T20 and let go $500 million of revenue for Indian Cricket.” In the graphic that Modi shared, it is further stated that the cancellation of Kochi Tuskers and Pune Warriors India “cost the BCCI a loss of $633 million.”


The IPL organizer had been at loggerheads with N Srinivasan as far back as Modi was ousted from the BCCI in 2010 on various charges. Modi has expressed in resulting interviews that he felt Srinivasan was in charge of his ouster. Modi has since been leveling charges on people, for example, previous New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns, who he said was included in match-settling in 2008. Cairns sued Modi and won $950,000 in harms in 2012.

It seemed that Modi wants to tell to the world that there is a better scam master than, Lalit Modi, who presently is in London, is confronting test in 15 FEMA-related cases and affirmed illegal tax avoidance charges amid his residency as IPL executive. in India.

Prior on Monday, Modi had shared previous Indian chief Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s offer letter in N Srinivasan-headed organization, India Cement, and scrutinized the arrangement.

MS Dhoni was offered the post of Vice – President (Marketing) on July 29, 2012, the offer letter likewise had Dhoni’s remittance subtle elements in it.

Lalit Modi, along with the pictures of the offer letter, wrote, “It seems only in #india #contempt after contempt continues by the #old #guards of @bcci – How? My best guess is #northblock?. But most #puzzling is this #employment #contract of #MSD – WHY? he earns 100’s of crores a year will he #agree to be #SRINI’S #employee. bet there are many such contracts.”