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It's my turn, Chidambram, Tharror, Khurshid should watch out, threatens Lalit Modi

New Delhi: Lalit Modi broke his silence on the ongoing controversy regarding his visa recommendation by the Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj, today evening.Sushma had written to British lawmaker Keith Vaz to recommend travel
India TV News Desk June 15, 2015 20:43 IST
India TV News Desk

New Delhi: Lalit Modi broke his silence on the ongoing controversy regarding his visa recommendation by the Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj, today evening.

Sushma had written to British lawmaker Keith Vaz to recommend travel documents for Lalit Modi, scam-tainted former IPL commissioner, for visiting Portugal. The minister in her defence said that her recommendation of visa was based on “humanitarian grounds” as Modi's wife was ill.  

The former IPL chairman in a series of tweets has threatened to expose the dark secrets of some of the high and mighty of the country.

“Now finally it's my turn to get EVERYTHING OUT. THERE ARE MANY BOMBSHELLS. see for yourselves. Then judge.  Now my turn,” he tweeted.

His lawyer Mr Mehmood Abdi will be conducting a press conference today late in the evening and said to be unveiling the untold facts about the whole controversy involving External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

Here are his tweets:

*Be ready to absorb exactly what has transpired from March 5 2010 to date. There will be timelines shared. Who did what. When. Why.

*Media globally will not want to miss this press conference. It will be full expose with facts, documentation and hard data. No hearsay.

*Congress party should be watching this press conference. So should all who have jumped up and down in last few years.

*I mentioned yesterday I am waiting and watching. After the hearsay, conspiracy theories, muck being thrown by media - u got it out.

*Now finally it's my turn to get EVERYTHING OUT. THERE ARE MANY BOMBSHELLS. see for yourselves. Then judge.