Lalit Modi Terms Entire Controversy Lalitgate on Twitter

Former IPL chief Lalit Modi has now himself termed the entire controversy Lalitgate in his latest tweets on Tuesday.

Published: 01st July 2015 05:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st July 2015 05:08 AM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Former IPL chief Lalit Modi has now himself termed the entire controversy Lalitgate in his latest tweets on Tuesday.

Interestingly, Lalit has indicated that he is not done with the leaks and he will expose more people in the coming days.

“Abhi picture Baki hai. Not all in 1 day. Slowly slowly,” his tweet read. In another one, he calls the entire episode as the first reality media show and in yet another tweet, he indicated more inside details on Kochi IPL “coming soon in future episodes of LALITGATE for sure”.

modi.JPGSince the controversy erupted over Lalit’s travel documents, his tweets and leaked letters have revealed several unholy nexus. Earlier, he had tweeted about certain Enforcement Directorate officials, but his Tuesday’s tweet disclosed the names - “Did anyone follow up on my story on two brothers in Noida. One IT Dept head, other in ED Dept - Rajeshwar Singh and Rajeshwar Singh- oops” -- although he did not elaborate on what exactly he was trying to allege.

On Tuesday, Lalit also wrote an open letter to media saying he had got all the e-mails and audio-video recordings of his all meetings, preserved as proof.

“They were done for one reason and one reason only. To ensure no one accuses me in future... Its my word and against their word. They are privileged and confidential. They will remain so. But if someone was to continue to accuse me then that person should realize I would send you a warning. Give you a chance to retract. If one still does not do it, then what choice do I have, (other than) to expose.”

“Now it’s my turn. So let me see the agenda my way. The story keeps changing. I will continue to make this story move the way I want to. As long as truth is not there, you see the story move the way I want,” he wrote.


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