Lalit Modi declares war on Twitter, warns detractors of 'sensational disclosures'

In the eye of a storm, scam-tainted former IPL boss Lalit Modi on Monday declared a full-blown 'war' against his detractors, warning them of sensational

hidden June 15, 2015 22:56:50 IST
Lalit Modi declares war on Twitter, warns detractors of 'sensational disclosures'
Lalit Modi declares war on Twitter warns detractors of sensational disclosures

Former IPL chief Lalit Modi.

New Delhi: In the eye of a storm, scam-tainted former IPL boss Lalit Modi on Monday declared a full-blown "war" against his detractors, warning them of sensational disclosures saying it was his "turn to get everything out".

Naming a number of senior UPA ministers, Modi in a series of tweets claimed his disclosures, which he termed as "bombshells", would implicate the "erstwhile PMO".

In another tweet, a combative Modi, who is based in London said,

Apparently referring to Opposition's demand for Swaraj's resignation, he said "wrong people resignations are being asked. I can assure u now the storm is about to hit. Lots more resignations will be (sic)."

He also asked the past UK government to look out for his disclosures and assured them there would be lot of questions for them to answer to the media.

PTI

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