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Maharastra Govt sends notice to Rendezvous Sports' Ravi Gaikwad

April 16, 2010 09:22 IST

Ravi Gaikwad, the brother of Shailendra Gaikwad of Rendezvous Sports World, was reportedly served a notice by the Maharashtra government on Friday.

The Gaikwad family has 26% stake in Rendevvous Sports World, which clinched a Rs 1355 crore deal for Indian Premier League's Kochi franchise.

Ravi, who is an official with the state transport department, is connected to a 100 crore imported bikes scam.

Earlier, Shailendra had alleged that IPL commissioner Lalit Modi had offered a bribe to withdraw the Kochi team,

which he later denied.


the allegations of bribe, Modi, on Wednesday, had threatened to sue Rendezvous Sports. Terming as "rubbish" the charges, Modi said: "Are they mad. Who will offer them what they say Rs 200 crore. I will take legal recourse."