Legal Issues

Passport to crime?

Print edition : July 10, 2015

Lalit Modi speaking to the media after an Income Tax raid at the IPL headquarters and his office in Mumbai in the wee hours of April 16, 2010. Photo: PTI

A view of South Block, which has the offices of the Defence and External Affairs Ministries and the Prime Minister's Office. Photo: .V.V KRISHNAN

The arguments for and against revoking Lalit Modi’s passport expose the loopholes in India’s legal framework that make it difficult to check white-collar crimes.

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