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Modi�s media leak irks Srinivasan

By The Assam Tribune

NEW DELHI, May 26 (PTI): BCCI secretary N Srinivasan kept mum on whether he would recuse from proceedings against Lalit Modi but lashed out at the suspended IPL Commissioner for his �habit of leaking information� to the media.

In a 14-page letter to BCCI president Shashank Manohar, Modi yesterday launched a scathing attack on Srinivasan, saying the BCCI secretary should not be part of the panel adjudicating charges of financial irregularities against the suspended IPL Commissioner.

Asked if he would stay away from the proceedings and oblige Modi, an annoyed Srinivasan said, �I�m afraid I cannot discuss these issues in the media.

�Mr Modi has this habit of leaking information and letters to selected press but I cannot comment on these issues,� Srinivasan told PTI over phone.

In his letter, Modi said Manohar too should stay away from the proceedings, since it would �tantamount to being a judge, witness and a potential co-notice� in the case.

Manohar, however, was not available for comments.

Charged with allegations of bid-rigging and proxy investment, Modi first sent a staggering 15,000-page reply to the show cause notice served to him and he followed it up with another letter yesterday in which he targeted Manohar but came down more heavily on Srinivasan with a series of allegations including that of �match-fixing�.

Modi, in fact, requested Manohar to serve a show cause notice to Srinivasan and also suspend him pending an investigation.

Modi alleged Srinivasan has grossly misused his power as BCCI secretary and said there was a clear case of �conflict of interests� since he was also owner of the Chennai Super Kings team in the IPL.

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Modi�s media leak irks Srinivasan

NEW DELHI, May 26 (PTI): BCCI secretary N Srinivasan kept mum on whether he would recuse from proceedings against Lalit Modi but lashed out at the suspended IPL Commissioner for his �habit of leaking information� to the media.

In a 14-page letter to BCCI president Shashank Manohar, Modi yesterday launched a scathing attack on Srinivasan, saying the BCCI secretary should not be part of the panel adjudicating charges of financial irregularities against the suspended IPL Commissioner.

Asked if he would stay away from the proceedings and oblige Modi, an annoyed Srinivasan said, �I�m afraid I cannot discuss these issues in the media.

�Mr Modi has this habit of leaking information and letters to selected press but I cannot comment on these issues,� Srinivasan told PTI over phone.

In his letter, Modi said Manohar too should stay away from the proceedings, since it would �tantamount to being a judge, witness and a potential co-notice� in the case.

Manohar, however, was not available for comments.

Charged with allegations of bid-rigging and proxy investment, Modi first sent a staggering 15,000-page reply to the show cause notice served to him and he followed it up with another letter yesterday in which he targeted Manohar but came down more heavily on Srinivasan with a series of allegations including that of �match-fixing�.

Modi, in fact, requested Manohar to serve a show cause notice to Srinivasan and also suspend him pending an investigation.

Modi alleged Srinivasan has grossly misused his power as BCCI secretary and said there was a clear case of �conflict of interests� since he was also owner of the Chennai Super Kings team in the IPL.