Neerav Modi, non-bailable warrant issued in Singapore

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Neerav Modi, who was running away from the country, after reaching the Punjab National Bank to the lime of millions, has reached Brussels. It is believed that he went out of London on a Tuesday or Wednesday through a plane. He did this because there was news in the media that he wants to take political asylum in London and the Indian High Commission is awaiting the formal confirmation of the presence of the UK government in his country.

Diamond trader is desirous of India’s largest bank scam case. It is being said that it is coming and coming easily in the UK on passports of Singapore, not Indian. On Monday, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has contacted Interpol for issuing red corner notices against Neerav Modi and his brother Nishal along with a company executive Subhash Parab. According to sources, the central agency wants to issue notice in the matter of fraud of $ 2 billion from Punjab National Bank against the Nigerian Nishal of Punjab National Bank.

Earlier in this case, the CBI had contacted Interpol for red corner notice against Neerav Modi and Mehul Choksi on Monday in this case. In this notice, Interpol requests his member countries to detain or arrest the wanted accused. The CBI has filed a charge sheet in this special court in Mumbai. This is the biggest bank fraud case in the country. On Tuesday, a special court in Mumbai issued non-bailable warrants against Nirav and his family members.

The CBI had also issued a defusion notice against Interpol on February 15 against Modi, Choksi and Nishal. This notice is a mechanism where members of Interpol share information about the hiding place of the fugitive accused. Under the same notice, the UK shared information about the activities of Modi and other fugitives. However sources have clarified that they do not have information about their specific targets. At the same time, a source from the Government of India says that on Tuesday or Wednesday, Neerav has left Brussels.