Lalit Modi suspended commissioner of IPL, not invited in meeting between BCCI and IPL Owners
Lalit Modi is suspended commissioner of India Premier League, was not invited to attend meeting held on Thursday, 24.06.10 between IPL owner and BCCI.
In the meeting many aspects were discussed any suggested by Franchise owners. IPL owner asked to raise salary limit to USD 9 million. Also they proposed that all players should be measured for auction in next IPL 2011.
The session to be increased from 60 to 94 and auction place would be Pune and Kochi. Many other advised have been brought by IPL owner before BCCI officials in this meet.
Lalit Modi has been poised awaiting investigations of assumed corruption related to bidding for two clubs and other matters. Lalit modi has already denied all assumed charges.
Ness Wadia showed his shored up to Lalit Modi and said “I hope he is given a fair trial by the BCCI and the government of India.”
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