"The tendered amount was Rs 2.59 crore. But, Joshi is pressuring us to sign a bill for Rs 4 crore," he added.
He alleged that before undertaking repair works exceeding over Rs 2.59 crore, no approval was sought from them.
The tender was granted to M/S Creative Projects Pvt Ltd, which was of Rs 2.59 crore. However, the actual repair work was done by Ramakant Pareek who is close to C.P. Joshi, Nandhu further alleged.
Meanwhile, owing to the alleged pressure from Joshi to clear Pareek's bills, two members of the advisory committee -- Somedra Tiwari and Vinod Saharan -- have resigned.
Nandhu said: "We demand a thorough and detailed inquiry into the actual cost of work done by M/S Creative Projects and probe whether the actual works are being done by Pareek. The pressure put by Joshi is unjustified."
"We can't enter the stadium because our accreditation has not been done," he said, adding: "If he continues pressuring us to pass the bills, we might also go to the High Court."
In his tweet, Modi said: "Only thing that CP Joshi wants is to sit back in BCCI and steal, a fine art of looting learnt from his boss Rahul Gandhi and family."
Meanwhile, Joshi fired back at Lalit Modi by tweeting: "Yes Mr @LalitKModi, I am a follower of Sh @RahulGandhi and that too a proud one, as we both don't follow the Path of being a Fugitive and absconding from the Justice. And as far as the launching of an FIR, by all means, come to #India and get one registered.
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