Chennai: Former BCCI vice-president Rajiv Shukla on Wednesday said that the decision to slap ex IPL chairman Lalit Modi with a life ban was a "unanimous" decision and there was no ambiguity in the verdict by the cricket board.
"It was a unanimous decision. It was first moved by Anirudh Chaudhary of Haryana and seconded by Ranjib Biswal of Orissa. Everybody today attended the meeting and voted in favour. There was not a single dissent vote," Shukla said. (The rise and fall of Lalit Modi)
A pariah in Indian cricket for three years now, Modi was today banned for life by the BCCI after its disciplinary committee found him guilty on eight charges of "indiscipline and misconduct".