Lalit Modi. Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah.
Lalit Modi added that he would create a High Performance Centre in Rajasthan in the capacity of the RCA President. Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah.

London: With decks cleared for him to continue as president of Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) following rival Amin pathan’s withdrawal of ‘No Confidence Motion’, former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi in a series of tweets spoke about making the state association “transparent”. “Will be transparent in all our dealings and create every opportunity for our cricketers to flourish. Cricket in #RCA will always be FIRST!,” Modi, who is currently based out of London, said in one of his tweets. With Team Rajasthan being fielded under Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) banner, Modi said that he will work to regain RCA’s lost pride. READ: Lalit Modi continues to head Rajasthan Cricket Association after Amin Pathan pull-out

“Will work towards retaining top #Cricket association tag for #RCA and leading the way in organizational efficiency & commitment,” he said.

He also spoke about improving infrasructure. “Will create a #HighPerformanceCenter in #Rajasthan & put a 100-Day mission document to effect changes & make up for lost time for cricketers,” he tweeted.

“Install Talent Resource Development Wing in #Rajasthan to unearth new talent from districts & produce national level cricketers in 2-3 yrs. There will be infrastructural improvements, talent identification & enrichment programs. Will improve support mechanism & focus on execution,” he also added.

Modi, who was the Chairman of the lucrative Indian Twenty20 league from its inception until 2010, is currently embroiled in a series of legal battles against the BCCI as well as with former cricketers such as Chris Cairns. Earlier this week, the Amin Pathan group, which had been opposing his hold over the RCA President’s post, withdrew their no-confidence motion against Modi. This effectively leaves Modi as the undisputed candidate for the top cricketing post in the state.