New Delhi: Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi has again fired a salvo at BCCI bigwigs Shashank Manohar and current president N. Srinivasan for the "mess" created by the termination of IPL franchise Kochi Tuskers Kerala.
The BCCI on Monday decided to terminate the IPL contract of Kochi franchise due to non-payment of the bank guarantee. (Also watch: "BCCI is still cleaning up Modi's dirt").
"Kochi now being terminated - a further loss of 1500 crores to BCCI. Compounded by reduction in Media Rights. My estimate 2000 crores. Who is responsible for this mess now? Current President and outgoing President for sure. Who will they blame now for this. Where is the accountability and who will take responsibility," Modi wrote on his twitter page.