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Press Release
Access to the replies filed by the co-noticees

1st March

Pursuant to Order date 30th January 2018 in Writ Petition No. 2803 of 2015 filed in Bombay High Court  Special  Director of the Enforcement Directorate, Mumbai issued summons the co-noticees for their cross examination by Lalit Modi lawyers  in respect of the show cause notice dated 25th November 2011 wherein the allegations about alleged FEMA violation are being investigated against Lalit Modi and then BCCI high officials namely Shri. Sundar Raman, Shri. Chirayu Amin, Shri. Ratnakar Shetty, Shri. Shashank Manohar, Shri. N.Srinivasan, Shri. Prasanna Kannan, Shri. M.P. Pandove amongst others

Since the cross examination of the co-noticees will be a through scrutiny of what stand the co-noticees  have taken in the matter and not just a memory recap or check, in all fairness it is imperative for Lalit Modi Lawyers to have the access to the replies filed by the co-noticees for their reference and conduct of effective cross examination.

As such vide their letter dated 26th Feb,2018 ,Modi  laywers have requested the Special Director of ED to provide the replies of all co-noticees to the concerned show cause notice.

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