New Delhi, Jan 28 (Agencies): After Mumbai Indians, the former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi asked the last-minute changes made to the players auction in Bangalore.

"The changing of players auction order as pointed by some franchisees is an issue which I highlighted when I saw the rules changed last minute. The order changing - should not have been allowed - as it gives advantage to teams that knew of it before," Modi wrote on social networking site Twitter.

Modi asked the Governing Council to look into the last-minute change.
"Some key players were put into second day. Why? Take a guess? Me raising these issues will off course get old guard rallied up against me and I am sure more warrants will be issued by their cronies in Chennai," he wrote.