1. Ex-IPL czar Lalit Modi a free man now, not included in Interpol’s database

Ex-IPL czar Lalit Modi a free man now, not included in Interpol’s database

Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi has tweeted a notice today saying that there was no red notice against him by the Interpol, which means he is not in the agencies database.

By: | New Delhi | Published: March 28, 2017 2:06 AM
In November last year, the Mumbai special court had cleared the extradition proceedings against him.

Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi has tweeted a notice today saying that there was no red notice against him by the Interpol, which means he is not in the agencies database.

In November last year, the Mumbai special court had cleared the extradition proceedings against him. Lalit Modi is wanted in the country on corruption charges. The Enforcement Directorate had urged that a Letter of Request be sent to the UK to extradite Modi to India. It had said that they had not been able to execute the non-bailable warrant against Lalit Modi and therefore not been able to carry forward the investigation.

Hiten Venegoankar, ED Counsel had told ‘The Indian Express’ that the application was sent to the court and if the court allowed, it would be sent to the Ministry of External Affairs of India and then to the Foreign Ministry in the UK to be forwarded to a local court. The appeal was heard before special judge PR Bhavake. Both countries have had an operational MLAT since 1995.

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As reported by the paper, he had argued in court and said that under Article 11, the two countries will offer the best legal assistance and prosecution, which would be in connection to criminal offences. This consisits of transfer of persons in custody for assistance during the probe or for providing proof in legal proceedings. He is facing charges of having committed steps that were against of Board of Control for Cricket in India’s interest with an intention to make “illegal gains”.

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