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Press Release
Covert Surveillance operation in London on retired Justice Mudgal & Lalit Modi

London, UK, February 7, 2014: In what seems to be a sophisticated surveillance covert operation, day to day activities of retired High Court Chief Justice, Mukul Mudgal were tracked while he is visiting London. The same surveillance agency has also been involved with physical surveillance of Lalit Modi, who apparently is a secondary target. The surveillance activities are awfully close to the Feb 10th report that retired Justice Mudgal is due to present to Supreme Court in relation to IPL 2013 corruption and spot fixing charges. A London agency was hired by a known source, which is still being verified, was armed with sophisticated surveillance tools along with six teams distributed across 3 Audi cars and several bikes to covertly record the movements of retired Justice Mudgal and Lalit Modi.

Lalit Modi’s security company claims to have the details of the surveillance operatives and is currently in the process of verifying the source who ordered the covert operation. Such covert operations are total invasion of an individual’s freedom and comes as a surprise while targeting a highly respected supreme court judge. These operations cost crores of rupees and is a total invasion of privacy and civil liberties of an individual.

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