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  Guj govt refutes allegations against Narendra Modi
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Gandhinagar,  Chief Minister Narendra Modi today sought to distance himself from the IPL controversy with a state minister describing as baseless allegations that Modi had put pressure on IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi to bring a new team to Ahmedabad.

Earlier in the day, former Congress MP from Vadodara Satyajit Gaekwad, who is a spokesperson of Kochi franchise, had alleged that IPL commissioner Lalit Modi is targeting the new team under pressure from Narendra Modi, who is also president of Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA).

"GCA or its president (Modi) has nothing to do with the entire controversy. Allegations levelled against us are baseless," Minister of state for home Amit Shah, who is also vice-president of GCA, told reporters here.



 
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