Mumbai:Under-fire Lalit Modi on Tuesday parried questions about his resignation as the IPL Commissioner, saying that the matter would be discussed and a unanimous decision will be taken at the upcoming Governing Council meeting on April 26.
"I think all of you have the same question. On April 26, we have the Governing Council. We will meet there and discuss all these allegations that are coming out," Modi told reporters on his arrival from Dubai where he had gone to attend the ICC's Executive Board meeting.
"There is no question of me resigning," he told reporters, "no need for me to step down."
Although there is intense speculation that Modi would step down after the final of the IPL on Sunday, he did not talk on the subject at all.
"There is no point discussing it. BCCI president Shashank Manohar and Sharad Pawar had already met this morning. They are all united in the same area. Decision will be taken unanimously by the Governing Council," he said.
"I will present all the facts against all the allegations. There is nothing to worry about and we will carry on," the beleaguered administrator added.
The stand against Modi in the BCCI has hardened over the last few days as the rapidly-developing events surrounding Kochi franchise's stakeholding pattern has opened a pandora's box about alleged financial irregularities in the IPL.
Modi himself is under fire for allegedly helping his family and friends buy stakes in various IPL teams.