PNB Scam: Singapore High Court orders attachment of properties of fugitive Nirav Modi worth Rs 44 crore
The Singapore High Court ordered the freezing of balance of $ 6.122 million (Rs.44 crores) crore in the bank account maintained in Singapore by Pavilion Point Corporation, British Virgin Island, a company beneficially owned by Mayank Mehta and Purvi Modi brother-in-law and sister of Nirav Modi.
The probing agency stated that Choksi's claims of ill health are a facade to evade questioning and if needed, they will provide an air ambulance with the best medical facilities and doctors to bring Choksi back from Antigua.
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
Rahul Gandhi says NYAY will be funded by amount recovered from bank loan defaulters, which actually belong to depositors
Rahul Gandhi says that money for NYAY will come for 15 richest businesspeople of the country
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
Nirav Modi arrested in London 17 months after he fled India, bail denied and sent to custody till March 29
In a massive diplomatic victory for PM Modi, fugitive businessman Nirav Modi arrested in London
Fugitive businessman, Nirav Modi which had constructed his Alibaug bungalow on a sprawling area of 1071 square meters on Kihim beach, which was 674 sq meters more than the permitted area.
Choksi had moved to Antigua from the United States in July 2018 and had taken the citizenship of Antigua under an investment program.