New Delhi: Former IPL chief Lalit Modi has said he will reveal BJP leader Sudhanshu Mittal’s “rags to riches story” in the coming days.
“Wait 4 details on #racketeer #Tentwala @SudhanshuBJP Rags to #riches story coming live via #LALITGATE in next week,” Modi tweeted.
Modi, who is facing a number of investigations related to alleged financial irregularities in India, also questioned Mittal’s relationship with alleged hawala operator Vivek Nagpal.
“Breaking news: world exclusive bought to u by #LALITGATE wants to know @SudhanshuBJP what is your relationship with Vivek Nagpal,” Modi posted on Twitter.
On Wednesday, Modi had said Bharatiya Janata Party leader Varun Gandhi met him in London a few years ago and wanted to settle everything with his aunt and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi in exchange for money.
Twitter users heaped effusive praise as legendary Indian athlete Milkha Singh turned 90 on Wednesday, with many posting throwback pictures depicting his sporting achievements and quotes.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh wrote on his Twitter handle @capt_amarinder: “Happy birthday to the pride of Punjab & India, #MilkhaSingh Ji, who turns 90 today. Wish you the best of happiness & health, sir. “Urge my young friends to take inspiration from the #FlyingSikh and indulge in sports & fitness activities for a healthier life.”
Team India’s Twitter handle @WeAreTeamIndia wrote: “Sending out warm wishes to the legendary sporting icon, a serial sprint winner of his times and the one who is most rightfully known as the #FlyingSikh.”
Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi wrote: “Wishing a very happy 90th birthday to #FlyingSikh, inspiration of Millions PadmaShri #MilkhaSingh ji.”
A user posted a 1958 picture of Milkha Singh defeating Pakistan athlete Abdul Khaliq in the 200 metre race to win gold in Tokyo Asian Games. He said: “In 1958 Abdul Khaliq was the fastest man in Asia. Happy Birthday Milkha Singh”.
Another user listed out sporting achievements of the Padma Shri awardee.
“Independent India’s first athletes to win gold medal at the Commonwealth Games. Wishing you a very happy birthday Milkha Singh”, wrote another user.