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In a series of tweets, the former chief of the cash-rich IPL said he felt vindicated.

In a series a of tweets, the former chief of the cash-rich IPL Lalit Modi said he felt vindicated. (AP) In a series a of tweets, the former chief of the cash-rich IPL Lalit Modi said he felt vindicated. (AP)

It seems former commissioner of the Indian Premier League Lalit Modi is having the last laugh. Hours after the Justice Mudgal report indicted BCCI chief N Srinivasan’s son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan in the IPL betting scandal, Modi took to Twitter to express his happiness. The report said Meiyappan played an active role as a team official and allegations of betting and passing information stands proved against him.

In a series of tweets, the former chief of the cash-rich IPL said he felt vindicated.

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