The Indian Premier Legue (IPL) commissioner, Lalit Modi, on Friday claimed that there was no difference of opinion in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) over the controversy related to the Kochi franchise.
“There is no difference of opinion among the BCCI members. The IPL matches would continue and we would provide all information that is required by the government,” he told reporters referring to the Income Tax sleuths seeking information about the bidding process.
He ruled out any meeting being held here to discuss the controversy. “We are here to witness the match,” Modi said.