The former IPL chairman defended himself and said he was 'the target of underworld' during his tenure because he had zero tolerance towards match-fixing.
The former IPL boss claims the bankruptcy order against him has been annulled in a London High Court.
Lalit Modi had sought an expeditious hearing against the revocation of his passport.
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