Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi has Lalit Modi, has shared a document which seem to suggest that former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was appointed as employee of India Cements – the company which owned Chennai Super Kings.
The contract shared by Modi claims that MS Dhoni was offered the post of Vice-President (Marketing) of India Cements with effect from July 2012.
The image further reveals that Dhoni was offered a basic pay of Rs 43,000 at India Cements. On top of that, Dhoni was afforded a basic allowance of Rs 21,970 per month.
He was offered a special pay of Rs.20,000 as well as other amenities like Special House Rent Allowance, another Special Allowance as well as education and newspaper expenses of Rs 175 per month.
Modi clearly took aim at former BCCI leadership under former president N Srinivasan who owned CSK while also being vice-chairman and Managing Director of India Cements.