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Relief for Lalit Modi in Jaipur Haveli case

The Jaipur Sessions Court on Wednesday granted relief to suspended Indian Premier League (IPL) Commissioner Lalit Modi in the Jaipur Haveli case.


Jaipur, Apr 28 : The Jaipur Sessions Court on Wednesday granted relief to suspended Indian Premier League (IPL) Commissioner Lalit Modi in the Jaipur Haveli case.

The case still rests with the Jaipur High Court.

Modi was charged for illegally purchasing two heritage 'havelis' in the protected Amer zone in 2007.

The complaint was filed by Sandeep Bhatra on behalf of NGO Nagrik Morch.

Bhatra alleged in the complaint that Lalit Modi and his wife Minal managed to purchase the two heritage havelis known as Chabdon Ki Haveliyan situated near the historical Amber fort in Jaipur.

"The havelis are part of the area, which was notified as protected by the state government in the year 1966, but both Lalit and Minal Modi managed to purchase them fraudulently through a company 'Heritage City Construction Pvt. Ltd.', of which both became directors soon after the purchase," the complaint alleged.

ANI

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