मोदी ने bcci को दिया 12 हजार पेज का जवाब

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Old 15-May-2010
मोदी ने bcci को दिया 12 हजार पेज का जवाब

आईपीएल से सस्पेंड किए जा चुके कमिश्नर ललित मोदी ने खुद पर लगे वित्तीय अनियमितताओं के आरोपों का 12,000 पेज का भारी भरकम जवाब दिया है। उनके जवाब को छह बड़े डिब्बे में भरकर बीसीसीआई के दफ्तर में लाया गया। इन डिब्बों को चार गाड़ियों में भरकर लाया गया।

मोदी ने जवाब के लिये 10 मई की तय समय सीमा के बाद पांच दिन का समय और मांगा था। उन्होंने जवाब अपने वकील के जरिए सौंपा। बीसीसीआई के सीएओ रत्नाकर शेट्टी ने बोर्ड की तरफ से इन पन्नों और दस्तावजों का जवाब रिसीव किया।

मोदी के वकील महमूद एस. आब्दी ने कहा कि जवाब 12,000 पेज का है, लेकिन उन्होंने इसमें लिखे जवाब के बारे में विस्तार से नहीं बताया। मोदी के करीबी सूत्रों के अनुसार निलंबित आईपीएल कमिश्नर ने बीसीसीआई द्वारा खुद पर लगाए गए पांच आरोपों को गलत ठहराया है।

यह भारी भरकम जवाब अब बीसीसीआई के पास है और अब उसे इन पेजों की जांच करनी है। इसके बाद अपने वकीलों से सलाह मश्विरा करके उसे भविष्य की कार्रवाई का फैसला करना है।

Old 16-May-2010
Re: मोदी ने bcci को दिया 12 हजार पेज का जवाब

Modi sends BCCI big fat denial

On Saturday, 20 days after being suspended from all the posts he held in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), including that of the chairman of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Lalit Modi finally submitted his reply to the showcause notice issued to him by the Board.

Modi’s reply to the 35-page notice — submitted by his counsel Mehmood Abdi to BCCI chief administrative officer Prof Ratnakar Shetty — was 160 pages and supplemented by “almost 8,500 to 9,000 supporting documents”, according to Abdi.

“We have submitted all clarifications. Nothing is left from our side, except (a demand) that the showcause notice must be dropped immediately. All the allegations have been sufficiently and fully addressed,” said Abdi.

Though Abdi refused to divulge details, Hindustan Times learnt that Modi has “denied all the five charges” detailed in the chargesheet.

The five charges were: irregularities in the initial bids of Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab, irregularities in the broadcasting deal with Multi Screen Media Pvt Ltd, bid rigging with the two new franchises, irregularities in awarding the internet rights for IPL and Modi’s “offensive” behavioural pattern.

While Abdi was presenting the documents, Modi was in London, in a meeting with the International Management Group (IMG) brass ahead of their meeting with BCCI bigwigs in Mumbai on Monday.

IMG has been closely involved with Modi and the IPL right from its conceptualisation and the BCCI is reportedly very unhappy with their role in the IPL controversy.

BCCI president Shashank Manohar and secretary N Srinivasan are set to discuss irregularities in the IPL with IMG officials at the BCCI headquarters on Monday. Since Manohar and Srinivasan are also slated to meet the CEO of the Kochi franchise, PT Keshav the following day, the duo is expected to scan the voluminous reply over these two days.

According to sources, going by the “mischief that the BCCI has noticed so far in running of the IPL”, Manohar and Srinivasan will in all likelihood refer the matter to the BCCI’s Disciplinary Committee, consisting Manohar himself, vice-president Arun Jaitley and Chirayu Amin, also interim IP president, for a detailed inquiry.

Even though Abdi said “with the BCCI president (Manohar) being an eminent lawyer, he shouldn’t take more than four hours to go through the documents”, don’t be surprised if the BCCI takes a little longer to take a call citing the “volume of supporting documents”.

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