Vadodara: Indian Premier League’s interim chief Chirayu Amin today said efforts are on to clean up the scandal-hit Twenty20 event and promised a “bigger, better and transparent” IPL next year.
“The job has just started and I am getting involved in it. Over a period of time, we will get into the details,” Amin said in his first press conference after being appointed the IPL boss yesterday in the Governing Council meeting.
Amin replaced the high-flying Lalit Modi who was suspended from the job barely a few minutes after the prize distribution ceremony of the IPL final on Sunday.
“The show will go on. IPL IV would be on schedule and it would be bigger and better. The cleaning up is already happening. My job is to run IPL in the most transparent manner,” he added.