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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Nirav Modi Arrested: How to kill from London to New Delhi, detained till March 29

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Nirav Modi Arrested: How to kill from London to New Delhi, detained till March 29

The public sector industrialist Nirv Modi (48), arrested by the public sector Punjab National Bank (PNB), has looted nearly 13 thousand crores of rupees by Britain's Scotland Yard Police in London. On Wednesday, he was presented in the Westminster Magistrates Court where he was sent to custody till March 29.


There is a buzz in the general elections in the country. Therefore, coming to the clutches of Nirav Modi's British police is likely to have an impact on India's political landscape. Congress President Rahul Gandhi is constantly attacking the central government in the case of Nirav Modi.

The way the British government has taken legal action against fugitive industrialist Vijay Mallya and now Nirav Modi in the past six months, it is the effect of pressure from India. India has been urged to extradite both of them.

After the arrest of Nirav Modi, the release issued by Scotland Yard Police said that Neerav Modi was arrested on the request of India from the Holborn area of ​​London. He was arrested at the time when he was trying to open a new account in the metro bank branch.

Court considers crime to be serious

On Wednesday, when Nirv Modi was presented to the Westminster Magistrates' Court, the court not only considered his crime as a serious matter but also admitted that once he got bail, there is no guarantee that he would cooperate or not. This is very important in itself because Vijay Mallya got bail. READ MORE:- May be the arrest of Nirav Modi, Arrest Warrant in London

Extradition not given consent

Nirav in court appeared wearing white shirts and pants. During this he only talked twice. Once he confirmed his name. For the second time, he formally refused to agree on extradition of India.

Ed keeping eye

New Delhi-based ED sources said that the case against Nirav Modi is being constantly monitored. With the help of the Indian High Commission in London, the legal scam is going on.

At the insistence of the ED, the court there ordered the arrest of Modi. Now, in the next hearing against Modi, the parties will be kept in full evidence. It is expected that Nirav Modi's extradition process will be faster than Vijay Mallya.

Case is different from Mallya

ED has already been telling the British authorities that the case of Nirvava Modi is different from Vijay Mallya. Neerav Modi is the founder of India's biggest banking scam. READ MORE:- Lok Sabha Election 2019: Priyanka Gandhi charged with torture of the Tricolor in UP, complaint given to Delhi Police

His intent was to tell the Indian administration and law from the beginning. He not only inflicted financial losses on Indian banks but also deliberately committed financial fraud with his clients.

Choksi extradition process also started

According to the ED, Mehul Choksi is also a partner in Neerav Modi's crime, who is currently living in Antigua. Sources said that the process of extradition of Choksi has also been started. In this regard, the ED and the CBI have sent the related documents to Antigua and are awaiting an answer from there.

NBW against Ami Modi

In Mumbai, the Special Court of ED has issued non-bailable warrant (NBW) against Neerav Modi's wife Ami Modi. ED had recently filed a supplementary charge sheet in which the role of Ami was mentioned in the PNB scam.

Indian officials are skeptical about where Ami Modi is currently living. It is believed that it can be in the US or the UK. This will help Nirav to put pressure on Modi. READ MORE:- Women gave birth to 4 sons and 2 daughters together, 9 minutes delivery

Allow to sell expensive paintings and cars

The special court in Mumbai has also given permission to sell 173 expensive paintings and 11 expensive vehicles of Neerav Modi's company Camelot Enterprises Private Limited.

The value of the said paintings is about Rs. 57.72 crores. Whereas expensive vehicles include the cars of Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Mercedes and Toyota Fortuner brands. The auction will be done at the end of this month.

The Special Court has allowed the Income Tax Department to sell 68 other paintings of Nirav Modi. Income Tax Department's Neerav Modi has outstanding amount of Rs 95.91 crore. These paintings were seized during the investigation of this case. READ MORE:- Holocaust women will have to go wrong with women's imprisonment

Efforts to extradite as soon as possible

India has welcomed the arrest of Nirav Modi by British authorities. Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ravish Kumar said that India has been actively interacting with Britain for the extradition of Neerav Modi, the earliest extradition.


Nirav Modi Arrested: How to kill from London to New Delhi, detained till March 29

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