New Delhi: Suspended IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi today ridiculed the BCCI’s second show cause notice for allegedly planning a ‘rebel’ Twenty20 league in England, saying it has become a part of life for him to be treated as “public enemy number one” by the Board.
“It’s a part of life. I have been public enemy number one for the BCCI for a long time now,” Modi said when asked for his reaction to the notice issued to him a couple of days ago.
“I won’t react to it, the world has reacted to it on the basis of which the notice has been served. I still have 15 days to respond to it. We all know what it is,” he told reporters at the airport.