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Lalit Modi 'bids goodbye to cricket administration'

India Today logo India Today 6 days ago Written by Rohan Sen

Former IPL boss Lalit Modi has tendered his resignation as Nagaur District Cricket Association in Rajasthan and bid goodbye to cricket administration.  Modi posted a three-page letter on his Twitter account, addressed to Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) CEO Rahul Johri informing of his decision to leave the post.

I signed Kochi bid under pressure: Lalit Modi © Reuters I signed Kochi bid under pressure: Lalit Modi

"It has been a long journey for me in Indian cricket. The path has been rocky at times, but the destination has always been the pursuit of excellence. Needless to state that over the past 15 years, I have enjoyed every moment of my journey.

"But I feel that the time is now ripe to pass on the baton to the next generation. Thus, today I want to bid goodbye to cricket administration for now," Modi wrote in his letter. Modi, who has been accused of money laundering, is on the run from Indian authorities and is currently living in London.

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