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No request for Lalit Modi’s extradition yet: MEA

India recently had contacted Interpol and pressed its demand for an early notification of the Red warrant sought by the ED against Modi in connection with its money laundering case.

Lalit Modi, IPL, IPL chairman, IPL Chairman Lalit modi, MEA, money laundering, money laundering case, ED, BCCI. BCCI-IPL, VK Singh, India news Lalit Modi has been denying any wrong doing as alleged by the ED which claimed that he cheated BCCI-IPL in granting overseas telecast rights of the cricket tournament in 2009.

THE MINISTRY of External Affairs told the Rajya Sabha on Thursday that it is yet to receive any request for former IPL chairman Lalit Modi’s extradition.

Replying to Trinamool Congress MP Sukhendu Sekhar Roy’s question, Minister of State Gen (retd) V K Singh said in a written reply: “The extradition request in respect of Mr Lalit Modi is yet to be received by the Ministry of External Affairs from the concerned law enforcement agencies of India. The ministry would take appropriate steps once the request is received.”

Modi, who is under probe for financial irregularities, is reported to be in London.

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First published on: 29-04-2016 at 12:39:38 am
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