This information has been given by Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi. (Picture ANI)
The British Government has told India that all kinds of help will be given for the speedy extradition of these criminals. UK Home Minister Priti Patel has already ordered the extradition of Nirav Modi. Nirav has appealed against the order in the court there.
New Delhi. Britain has assured India of the early extradition of fugitive businessman Nirav Modi and other economic offenders. The UK government has told India that all help will be given for the early extradition of these criminals. UK Home Minister Priti Patel has already ordered the extradition of Nirav Modi. Nirav has appealed against the order in the court there.
Indian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi has said that this assurance was given from London side during the India-UK conference in May. He said that the issue of extradition of economic offenders was raised in the meeting on May 4. On behalf of the UK, it was said that due to the judicial process, some obstacles are being created in this matter. He is fully aware of this matter and will give all possible help for extradition.
All efforts are on to bring back Mehul-Nirav
Regarding the extradition of Mehul Choksi and Nirav Modi, Arindam Bagchi has said that all efforts are being made to bring them back. Regarding Mehul Choksi, he said – There is no special update this week. She is currently in the custody of the Dominica administration and the judicial process is going on.Mehul Choksi declared a banned immigrant in Dominica
Let us tell you that the difficulties of Mehul Choksi are increasing. Now Dominika has declared Choksi as a banned immigrant. According to the English newspaper Hindustan Times, Choksi has been accused of illegally entering Dominica. According to a notice issued by Dominica’s Ministry of National Security and Home Affairs, Mehul Choksi was declared a restricted immigrant on May 25. The ministry had directed the police to “remove Choksi from the Commonwealth of Dominica” under Section 5(1)(1) of the Immigration and Passport Act.