New Delhi: Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi could be in trouble and might be soon arrested for his role into a money laundering case relating to alleged financial irregularities in the operations of various editions of the T20 cricket tournament, according to report.
According to CNN IBN, Modi has been located in Malta following the Interpol red corner notice against him.
A red corner notice from Interpol is meant to arrest and extradite the accused to the country where the alleged crime was actually committed.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on August 11 had sought an Interpol notice against Modi in connection with its probe into the IPL money laundering case.
The CBI had on August 20 sent documents to Interpol to process the red corner notice against the former IPL chief.
Enforcement Directorate had in July moved for a Interpol red corner notice against him on the basis of a non-bailable warrant (NBW) issued by a special court.