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SBD Global/October 1, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
India's Supreme Court Delays N. Srinivasan's Return To BCCI Presidency
Published October 1, 2013
HITTING BACK: In New Delhi, Sanjjeev K. Samyal wrote former IPL Chair Lalit Modi "vowed to hit back and expose the powers-that-be in the richest and most powerful Board in world cricket." Modi alleged that Srinivasan "was solely responsible for the alleged financial violations that took place in the conduct of the IPL in South Africa four years ago." Modi said, "As I have maintained, this was all a huge conspiracy spearheaded by N. Srinivasan and his buddies. They needed a fall guy, and as I was the outsider in their club, I was made the same" (HINDUSTAN TIMES, 9/30).