British Home Department approves extradition of Nirav Modi to india

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British Home Department approves extradition of Nirav Modi to india

The way for Nirav Modi accused of thousands of crores of rupees from Indian banks finally came to India (Extradition). According to the CBI, the UK Home Minister has given the green signal to the extradition of fugitive diamond trader Modi. The special thing is that India got success after a long trial in a UK court. Modi, who was going to London and sitting in the Punjab National Bank with a loss of about 12 thousand crore rupees, was busy trying to avoid this step in the court there. It is a different matter that in February, the court had agreed to have sufficient evidence against him and dismissed all his pleas. This legal battle lasted for about 2 years in a British court. Modi will be kept in Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail after bringing him to India

The court also believed that Nirav Modi conspired to erase the evidence and threaten witnesses. Several attempts by Nirav Modi regarding bail were rejected in the Magistrate’s Court and the High Court as there was a risk of his absconding. Nirav had cited mental health in the court to escape, but the court said that in such a situation it is not unusual. The judge said that Nirav Modi will be given adequate medical care and mental health care will also be done at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai. The judge said that there is no risk of suicide by sending Nirav Modi to India as he has an adequate medical facility in Arthur Road Jail.

According to Forbes, in 2017, Nirav Modi’s total wealth was around 11, 700 crores. Nirav Modi’s company is headquartered in Mumbai. In March 2018, Nirav Modi filed a petition in New York under Bankruptcy Protection. After this decision of the court of London, the process of bringing Nirav Modi to India will begin soon. The special thing is that after Modi, the CBI had also clamped down on his brother Nihal Modi. On 25 February, a British court ruled in favor of Modi’s extradition. A special cell has been prepared for the accused at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai. A prison official was told that after bringing him to India, Modi will be kept in any one of the three cells of barrack number 12. This is a high-security barrack. The accused has been in jail since 19 March 2019 on an extradition warrant issued by Scotland Yard।

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