Nirav Modi's HCL House On Auction For Rs 52 Crores In PNB Scam
Absconding business tycoon Nirav Modi's HCL house is all set for auction, on September 23. As per sources, the diamond merchant, who has been accused in money scam filed by the Punjab National Bank (PNB) is currently being investigated by the CBI and the ED. Notably, the Mumbai DRT-I's order, HCL House in Marol shall be put up for e-auction on September 23, with a reserve price of Rs 52 crore
Tags: nirav modi, Auction, HCL Mumbai House, PNB Scam, CBI
Courtesy: Odisha TV
ED Seizes Nirav Modi's Assets Worth Rs 253.62 Crores In Hong Kong
The Enforcement Directorate has attached gems, jewellery and bank deposits worth Rs 253.62 crores of companies linked to Nirav Modi, alleged in a money laundering case. On July 22, the investigative agency said, with this, the total attached and seized assets tally in the case stands at Rs 2,650.07 crores. Furthermore, the diamond merchandise Nirav is currently lodged in UK jail, as his extradition plea to India got rejected.
Tags: ED, nirav modi, Assets Seized, Raid, Hong Kong
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Rs 18,000 Cr Returned To Banks From Mallya, Choksi & Nirav Modi
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, informed Supreme Court that Rs 18,000 crore have been retrieved from Mallya, Nirav Modi and Choksi in money laundering case. During the hearing, Mehta said, in the past five years, ED investigated over 2,000 cases. Notably, Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi are booked for money laundering cases. Notably, in the last hearing, the apex court gave a final warning to appear before court.
Tags: Vijay Mallya, Mehul Choksi, nirav modi, Supreme Court, Money laundering case
Courtesy: India Times
Bank Consortium Extracts Rs 792.11 Cr By Liquidating Mallya's Assets
According to Enforcement Directorate (ED), the SBI-led consortium extracted Rs 13,100 crore by liquidating the assets of Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi, and Mehul Choksi. Out of the total recovered assets, Mallya's assets stand at Rs 792.11 crore. Reportedly, the assets were confiscated under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The three businessmen allegedly defrauded various PSBs by extorting money through their companies.
Tags: Consortium, SBI, Vijay Mallya, nirav modi, Mehul Choksi
Courtesy: The Economic Times
Nirav Modi's Extradition Plea Rejected; UK HC Permits 5 Days Oral Hearing
Nirav Modi, who is wanted in India under the estimated $2-billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam case, has his extradition plea rejected by the UK High Court. The court gave Modi five days to make his case as to why the decision of extradition must be appealed in an oral hearing. Based on the hearing a judge may proceed to a full appeal hearing against the extradition.
Tags: nirav modi, Nirav Modi Extradition, UK, High Court
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Antigua Police Intensifies Search For Fugitive Diamantaire Choksi
The Antigua and Barbuda police have intensified the manhunt for fugitive diamantaire Mehul Choksi after news of his missing from the Caribbean nation surfaced. The police have also asked Interpol to issue a ‘Yellow notice’ meant for alert. Reportedly, Choksi is missing… read-more
Tags: Mehul Choksi, Antigua, interpol, nirav modi, missing
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Nirav Modi Appeals Against His Extradition To India In UK Court
Businessman Nirav Modi, whose extradition was earlier approved by the UK government, has appealed against the order in the UK High Court on April 28. He has challenged the orders of the Westminster magistrate court and UK Home Secretary Priti Patel. Nirav Modi claimed that he was being targeted due to political reasons and also alleged that he would not be getting a fair trial in India.
Tags: nirav modi, Extradition, UK, Nirav Modi Extradition
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
PNB Scam Case: UK Government Approves Extradition Of Nirav Modi To India
United Kingdom has approved the sanction of money laundering accused diamond merchant Nirav Modi to India. Convicted for Punjab National Bank Scam, Modi will be imprisoned in the special cell of Mumbai's Arthur Road jail. While losing a two-year long legal battle, district judge Samuel Goozee did not wish to ascertain Modi's health records. Earlier, a UK court on February 25, ordered to extradite the accused.
Tags: UK, nirav modi, Money laundering case, PNB Scam
Book On Fugitives Sheds Light On Indian Criminals Who Escaped To UK
London-based journalist Danish Khan, along with his wife and researcher Ruhi Khan, has released a new book named 'Escaped: True stories of Indian fugitives in London'. Giving detailed insights about Indian extradition lawsuits, the book tells the tales of 12 cases where the alleged offenders are wanted by India. Interestingly, detailing accounts of unheard cases, it also sheds light on the recent money laundering cases of Nirav Modi and Vijay… read-more
Tags: nirav modi, Extradition, Vijay Mallya, london, fugitive economic offenders
Courtesy: The Indian express
Mumbai's Arthur Jail Preps Special Cell To Lodge Nirav Modi
After an extradition order in Nirav Modi case by a UK court, Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail has arranged a special cell for the fugitive Indian businessman. Disclosing the information, a jail official said, “Preparations for lodging Nirav in the jail have been completed and the prison cell is ready for him.” Earlier, the Maharashtra government had submitted a report to the Centre, detailing about the prison facilities Nirav will get after his … read-more
Tags: nirav modi, PNB Scam, scam, Arthur Road Jail