United Kingdom (UK) Home Minister calls fugitive Indian businessman Nirav Modi’s extradition to India Clearance Has given The CBI gave this information on Friday. Nirav Modi is accused of fraud and money laundering in the Rs 14,000 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam.
United Kingdom’s Home Minister has approved the extradition of Nirav Modi: CBI official pic.twitter.com/cdqLHDYM92
– ANI (@ANI) April 16, 2021
A UK court admitted in February 2021 that a money laundering case had been filed against Nirav Modi. The Westminster court of the UK also believed that the diamond merchant had acted to eliminate evidence and intimidate witnesses. The court ordered that Nirav Modi be extradited to India for trial.
Nirav Modi is the main accused in the two billion dollar scam:
Nirav Modi accused in two major cases Make has gone. The first is a two billion dollar PNB scam in which a case has been registered by the CBI and the second is a case of money laundering in which action will be taken by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). Apart from this, Nirav Modi is also accused of playing with evidence and intimidating witnesses.
Nirav Modi had fled the country even before the PNB scam by Nirav Modi and his relative Mehul Choksi surfaced.