‘Barrack 12 at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai is fit for Nirav Modi’: UK court approves extradition to India
"Barrack 12 at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai is fit for Nirav Modi," said the UK judge while ordering his extradition
Fugitive Businessman Nirav Modi’s luxury assets and paintings to be auctioned by ED through Mumbai-based auction house
Nirav Modi's luxury assets to be auctioned by ED through Mumbai-based auction house Saffronart
Nirav Modi's lawyer Keith claimed that the accused has been beaten up twice in Wandsworth prison in April and most recently on Tuesday.
Under the limitation laws, an appeal has to be filed in the High Court within 30 days of the date of the order passed by a lower court. However, Choksi took well over stipulated time.
So far Nirav Modi has tried to get bail four times, but have been unsuccessful in each of them
Nirav Modi’s third bail application rejected by UK court despite his defence team being ready to pay double bail amount
The next hearing in his extradition proceedings has been scheduled for May 30
The hearing this week takes place as per the four-week time frame for judicial remand in such cases
This was Nirav Modi's second attempt to seek bail after his arrest on March 20, 17 months after he fled India.
ED files supplementary chargesheet: Nirav Modi’s sister helped divert Rs 1201 crores through shell firms
Since the fraud came to light, the agencies have been in relentless pursuit to extradite the fugitive Nirav Modi, back to India
The ED had seized 11 luxury cars and 173 paintings owned by Nirav Modi earlier.