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India taking all steps for Nirav Modi's extradition


NEW DELHI: India is taking all vital step for the extradition of fugitive diamond service provider Nirav Modi, ministry of exterior affairs (MEA) spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said on Saturday while addressing the media. Nirav Modi is the top accused in multi-billion buck fraud that took place at a Mumbai branch of Punjab National Bank (PNB). This is thought to be the rustic's largest rip-off and his uncle Mehul Choksi is also allegedly fascinated with it.

Both Choksi and Nirav left the rustic in January ultimate year ahead of the rip-off used to be unearthed. Nirav Modi is in London while Choksi is residing in Antigua.


In the early hours of Saturday, the United Kingdom Daily Telegraph printed a video and interview with the alleged fugitive, headlined 'Exclusive: India's most sought after man Nirav Modi - accused of £1.five billion fraud -living overtly in London'.


Nirav Modi tracked right down to £eight million flat in London's West End

The Daily Telegraph tracked Modi right down to three-bedroom £eight million condominium occupying half a floor inside the luxury skyscraper referred to as Centre Point off Tottenham Court Road, the place rent is understood to be £17,000 a month.


The video finds that the 48-year-old, who is the topic of an extradition request through India and the has been issued an Interpol crimson corner understand, is living in a luxury flat near Oxford Street and has began a new diamond business in Soho.


The Daily Telegraph tracked Modi right down to three-bedroom £eight million condominium occupying half a floor inside the luxury skyscraper referred to as Centre Point off Tottenham Court Road, the place rent is understood to be £17,000 a month.


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