N Srinivasan will have to take the responsibility, says Lalit Modi: Highlights

Updated: 10 February 2014 20:47 IST

Former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi and BCCI president N. Srinivasan are sworn enemies. It was Srinivasan, who owns Chennai Super Kings, who scripted the BCCI life ban on Modi in September 2013

N Srinivasan will have to take the responsibility, says Lalit Modi: Highlights

Former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi speaks exclusively to NDTV on IPL probe report from London. Here are the highlights.


# It is a moral responsibility for Mr Srinivasan to step down as BCCI chief

# He has to take moral responsibility. I take on Srinivasan directly & say he is involved in match-fixing

# Everyone supporting him is guilty by association.

# It is very convenient to put it on the son-in-law; the buck stops at Srinivasan

# BCCI doesn't operate without the knowledge of Srinivasan, he is hampering investigations

# Let the police investigations go on. Srinivasan wants to be the Czar of the world, he want to control everything... why? Because he lets fixing go on

# I agree with Justice Mudgal that people should go to jail for fixing, but for that we need stringent laws

# IPL governing council should be disbanded. Let us have an independent organisation that runs the IPL like National Football League in USA

# If players don't get induced into fixing, the match-fixers use intimidation and the mafia gets involved

# Not match-fixing anymore. It's spot-fixing and it has seeped into every aspect of the game. (On coming back to India) Very soon, waiting for national elections. Hope my security issues are sorted out.



Topics : Cricket
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