Lalit Modi case: Interpol says India should file for extradition, not RCN

Lalit Modi case: Interpol says India should file for extradition, not RCN

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Lalit Modi case: Interpol says India should file for extradition, not RCN 10 6 99
NEW DELHI: In a mishap to the Modi government, Interpol has rejected a long-pending solicitation from the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for issuing a red corner see (RCN) against fallen cricket ruler Lalit Modi, who is accepted to be in the United Kingdom since 2010.

"The red corner notice is intended to follow the criminal who has been slipping off and needed in India in numerous cases. Be that as it may, the grounds on which Interpol has rejected the RCN ask for are opposing to the general practice," a top ED source said.

Interpol is comprehended to have imparted that India needs to petition for removal before moving for a red corner see (RCN), the source stated, scrutinizing the utilization of law. Mobile Number database provider

Lalit Modi has been confronting various cases in India regarding asserted anomalies in the IPL competition and is needed by various researching organizations, including ED, wage impose office, CBI and Chennai Police which had initially recorded a FIR against him. The previous IPL administrator likewise has a pending non-bailable capture warrant issued against him from an exceptional court in Mumbai, other than a few notification served on him by the ED through his legal counselors looking for his own appearance before the office's Mumbai office.

Source:- Timesofindia

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