Pinjara Khubsurti Ka

Pinjara Khubsurti Ka 1st March 2021 Written Episode, Written Update on

On reports of the elimination of the citizenship of Mehul Choksi, who had looted the Punjab National Bank by the Antigua Civil Court, his lawyer Vijay Aggarwal has said that my client Mehul Choksi has made it clear that he is a citizen of Antigua. His citizenship has not been revoked. Let me tell you that there was news this morning that the citizenship granted to Mehul Choksi under the Caribbean Nation’s Investment Program (CIP) has been revoked by Antigua and Barbuda. But now his lawyer has said nothing of this sort.

The Enforcement Directorate seized assets worth more than Rs 14 crore in a raid on fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi in the Punjab National Bank scam in February.

My client Mehul Choksi has clarified that he is very much an Antiguan citizen. His citizenship has not been revoked: Fugitive diamantaire Mehul Choksi’s advocate Vijay Aggarwal to ANI, on reports of revocation of Choksi’s citizenship by an Antiguan civil court

– ANI (@ANI) March 1, 2021
Choksi has been living in Antigua and Barbuda for a long time. Here, a UK court has ordered extradition of his partner-in-crime fugitive diamond trader Nirav Modi. Let me tell you that Mehul Choksi is the maternal uncle of Nirav Modi. Nirav Modi is also another prime accused in this alleged fraud case of over Rs 13,500 crore.

Recently Nirav Modi has lost his case against extradition. After this, India has said that after the decision of the UK court in Nirav Modi’s case, he will be contacted soon for his extradition. At present, the court has referred the matter to the home secretary there. Further conditions will depend on their approval. At present, it can get two months time for this. The Ministry of External Affairs responded in the matter saying that Nirav Modi is wanted in India in the Punjab National Bank fraud case. His extradition to Britain was sought in August 2018 at the request of CBI and ED.

Nirav Modi is lodged in London’s Wandsworth Jail. Following the decision of Judge Samuel Gooji in the London Court, the case will now go to the UK Home Ministry. Home Minister Preeti Patel will put her final stamp on the court’s decision on extradition. After this, the process of bringing this wanted fugitive from India to Mumbai Jail will begin. However, he is unlikely to visit India immediately. After the court verdict, Nirav Modi will have the option of going to the upper court. He can appeal against the verdict in the High Court. Nirav has 28 days to appeal. After a setback from the High Court, he can go to the Human Rights Court. In addition to this he will have the option of going to European court talking about human rights.


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