The Board of Control for Cricket in India(BCCI) has banned former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi for life on charges of financial irregularities.
The BCCI Disciplinary Committee has found Modi guilty of bid rigging, trying to favour two particular bidders in 2010. Modi, who is in London for the past two years, has also been found guilty on charges of arm-twisting and threatening the Kochi consortium that owned the now-defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala franchise.
its Special General Meeting in Chennai on Wednesday, the Board
discussed a report filed by its disciplinary committee and decided to
impose the ban.