Cricket

Criminal complaint against Modi

2010-10-13 16:00
Lalit Modi (AFP)

New Delhi - The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has filed a criminal complaint against former IPL chairperson Lalit Modi, local media reported on Wednesday.

The Press Trust of India said the BCCI has accused Modi of "misappropriation of funds to the tune of $104m" in its complaint with the Chennai Police.

BCCI secretary N Srinivasan says in the complaint that the BCCI also has concerns over irregularities in the bidding process for certain franchises in the lucrative Indian Premier League.

Chennai Police Commissioner T Rajendran said police were examining the complaint before forwarding it to its Central Crime Branch.

Last week the BCCI terminated the contracts of IPL teams Rajhastan Royals and Kings XI Punjab.

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