Mumbai- Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi's troubles are far from over. A special PMLA court in Mumbai has given the green signal to the Enforcement Directorate to get Modi back to Indian shores from London. It has permitted the ED to send the letter of request to the British government so that Indian authorities can issue a non bailable warrant against Modi, who has been embroiled in the Rs 425 crore IPL satellite television rights scam. Modi had thus far not responded to warrants issued by ED. Finally, on 8 November, the ED approached the courts and got the go ahead. Take a look at what cricket buffs in the city have to say about this latest googly.