Mumbai: A web series about the fugitive diamond dealer Nirav Modi is in the works.Nirav is wanted in India for allegedly defrauding Punjab National...
Justice Martin Chamberlain delivered his verdict to conclude that the arguments presented by the Nirav's legal team concerning his “severe depression” and “high risk of suicide” were arguable at a substantial hearing.
Modi's lawyer Edward Fitzgerald, in an application to the High Court stated that Modi was "severely depressed" and asked that the extradition be blocked on mental health grounds.
These shares were attached under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) by the ED, a central probe agency.
The special court had in December 2019 declared Nirav Modi a fugitive economic offender, on a plea of the Enforcement Directorate (ED), which is conducting a probe into the case.
The book, by London-based journalists and researchers Danish and Ruhi Khan, includes a recap of the more recent cases involving former Kingfisher Airlines boss Vijay Mallya and diamond merchant Nirav Modi.
The development came after almost a two-year long legal battle.
Nehal, 41, is charged in a New York Supreme Court indictment with Grand Larceny in the First Degree, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, Jr. said.
Telangana HC on Friday inconclusively heard the case pertaining to documentary ‘Bad Boy Billionaires: India’
According to CBI officials, prior to this, the bail applications of Nirav Modi has been rejected six times, four by the District Judge and twice by the High Court.
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