Wanted diamond businessman Nirav Modi in PNB scam has appealed in the UK High Court against the decision to extradite India. He has filed a petition seeking permission to challenge the court's extradition decision and its decision to approve the UK Home Ministry. Earlier in February, the last hearing on Nirav's extradition took place in the Westminster Court of Britain. The court had approved to send Nirav to India. After this, on 16 April, the UK Home Ministry also approved the handing over of Nirav to India.
Now after this, Nirav was sure to come to India.
Judge Samuel Gooji had said that Nirav Modi would have to answer in the case going on in India. He admitted that there is enough evidence against Nirav Modi. The decision came after a 2-year legal battle.
Nirav Modi is accused of committing fraud of around 14 thousand crores by taking a loan from PNB. He escaped from the country in January 2018 after the scam surfaced. Nirav Modi, arrested on March 19, 2019, is accused of conspiracy to commit money laundering, tampering of evidence, and intimidating witnesses. On 16 April, the UK Home Ministry approved the extradition to India.
Dr. Deepak Miglani
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