Court cases and charges on Lalit Modi in India

WRITTEN BY Tarun Kohli2022-11-30,13:58:01 news

Foreign exchange violation charge

It was among 22 accusations brought by the BCCI that led to Modi's suspension as chairman and commissioner of the IPL and prompted him to flee India in October that year.

Rigging bids during the 2010 auction

Lalit Modi was indicted for arm-twisting some franchise buyers and selling media and Internet rights without authorization.

Allegation of embezzling $80 million from a TV deal.

ED probing the $80 million amount paid by Multi Screen Media (MSM) to World Sports Group (WSG) as facilitation fees to withdraw from the telecast rights contract.

Dishonoring the national flag

A case lodged in Rajasthan accused Modi of dishonoring the national flag during an India-Pakistan match in November 2007.

Jaipur District Cricket Association accused Modi of embezzling 22 lakhs

In 2005, former Jaipur District Cricket Association member Anil Shekhawat lodged a case accusing Modi of embezzling Rs 22 lakh of the association's money.

BCCI accused Lalit on 8 counts

In 2013, the BCCI's disciplinary committee, manned by Arun Jaitley, found Lalit Modi guilty on eight counts, including financial irregularities, misconduct, indiscipline, etc.

Helping bidders in 2008

Modi had an allegation that he had told selective bidders how much to bid and win during the first IPL team auction in 2008.

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