A special PMLA court in Mumbai allowed Enforcement Directorate’s plea to bring back former IPL chairman Lalit Modi to India from the United Kingdom. The ED had argued before the court seeking a Letter of Request to be sent to the United Kingdom to extradite Lalit Modi to India. Stating that ED had not been able to execute the non-bailable warrant against Lalit Modi since he is reportedly in the UK, the agency said they “badly need him” to conduct further investigation. Lalit Modi is currently facing charges of having committed acts that were against the interests of BCCI with an intention to make “illegal gains”.
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