Former Indian Premier League boss Lalit Modi took a dig at BCCI president Anurag Thakur and current IPL chief Rajiv Shukla after the Supreme Court ordered the world’s richest cricket body to unconditionally implement all the court-approved recommendations of the Lodha Committee.
Modi, who was banned by the Board of Control for Cricket in India for life for alleged financial irregularities in the 2010 IPL, called Thakur the “original fixer” and Shukla a “
“Just like #Srinivasan - @ianuragthakur the noose needed around your neck is about to be executed. U are the original#fixer as I have said,” Modi tweeted along with a photo collage that stated, “Your time’s up Anurag. Time for cleanup in Indian cricket.”
Questioning Thakur’s credentials as a first-class cricketer, Modi tweeted, “He @ianuragthakur is a #Serious #cricketer - when where with whom has he ever played.