Twitter has limited certain features of Lalit Modi’s person twitter handle, temporarily depriving him from sharing and posting someone else’s features.
The former Indian Premier League commissioner and chairman, Modi had tweeted a weblink of the revised constitution of the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s revised constitution, while also raising questions over “someone getting percentage of total BCCI revenue”.
In yet another tweet, which too contained a weblink of the board constitution, Modi had directly targeted BCCI Chief Executive Rahul Johri, stating “….THE very RICH executive @RJohri contract…”
Taking offense on the second tweet, the American social networking site, has “temporarily limited some features” of Modi’s official twitter handle. This meant, he could still browse and only share direct messages.
Twitter also informed the former cricket administrator on his violations for posting “other people’s private information “without their express authorisation or permission”.
Modi had expressed his anguish on the provision for commissions on the BCCI revenues. “First time someone (is) getting percentage of total BCCI revenue. I did (₹) 47,600 crore or $11.4 billion deals. Never asked for any of this. Wonder how and why someone else is authorised to make off deals begun and started by others??,” Modi had tweeted.