BCCI can’t have IPL-IV if they treat teams like this: Kundra

Mumbai: Shocked by BCCI’s decision to terminate the franchise agreement of Rajasthan Royals, co-owner Raj Kundra said that he is not sure how the fourth edition of IPL will be held under the current circumsrtances.

“I am quite shocked about the developments. I don’t know how the IPL-IV will be held if the BCCI starts treating teams in this manner. I am not in a position to make any further comments until I receive a formal copy of the termination agreement. Obviously, I will be seeking legal opinion in this matter,” Kundra was quoted as saying by a television channel on Sunday.

When BCCI president Sashank Manohar was told about Kundra’s intent, he replied that it was Kundra’s choice.

“I am still not sure on what basis they have terminated the agreement. As far as my knowledge goes, we have ensured that everything is place. We intimated the BCCI about the necessary informations regarding the ownership and shareholding patterns. But I guess the BCCI isn’t really satisfied with it,” Kundra added.


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