New Delhi: Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi on Friday asked the media not to harass him over the "slap-gate" issue between S. Sreesanth and Harbhajan Singh.
The "slapgate" happened in 2008 when Sreesanth, playing for Kings XI Punjab, was slapped by the then Mumbai Indians skipper Harbhajan Singh. Subsequently, the off-spinner was banned for the remainder of the tournament.
"Media channels, please stop harassing me for a byte. Let me enjoy my weekend. I have said what need to via my twitter feed. I have not taken any media calls on this and will not do so. Whatever needs to be said will be here or my blog on this issue," Modi tweeted.