Modi says his Twitter account hacked

Updated: 18 April 2010 13:23 IST

IPL Commissioner seems unfazed by Income Tax (I-T) raids on IPL office in Mumbai and the current controversies related to Kochi team.

Dharamsala:

IPL Commissioner seems unfazed by Income Tax (I-T) raids on IPL office in Mumbai and the current controversies related to Kochi team.

When asked about the Income Tax raids, he said the IPL and BCCI were cooperating with the probe and whatever documents were being sought were being given.

Modi said: " I-T is doing their job, we have nothing to hide."

On reports that a woman took away papers from his office just before the I-T raids Modi said: "I don't know about papers. Yes, laptop was taken away from my office."

Mr Modi who spilled the beans about Kochi team's shareholders on Twitter has said that somebody has broken into his Twitter account.

Amid reports that IPL Governing Council members met informally here on clipping his powers, Lalit Modi on Saturday put up a brave face, saying all speculation in this regard is wrong.

He said members were "flying up and down" and were meeting at individual levels.

Meanwhile, BCCI Finance and Media Committee chairman Rajiv Shukla said there was no formal or informal meeting of the Governing Council.

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