ED to move Interpol to get Islamic preacher Zakir Naik to India

New Delhi, June 09: The Enforcement Directorate is all set to send requests for an Interpol Red Notice against controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik for his extradition from Malaysia.

The ED would send the notice after securing a non-bailable warrant against from a special court in Mumbai. The move comes in the wake of the court taking cognisance of the chargesheet filed against Naik and others in connection with a money laundering case. The court would hear the matter next on June 19, following which an application seeking a non-bailable warrant would be moved.

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Interpol issues Red Corner Notice against Nirav Modi for money laundering

niravmodiNew Delhi, July 2: The Interpol has issued a red corner notice against PNB Fraud accused Nirav Modi. With the notice being issued, it would restrict the moves of the accused who has been moving from one country to another.

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How Nirav Modi flew? Did the Interpol sleep over the CBI notice?

nirav-modiAbsconding diamond jeweller Nirav Modi managed to travel across several countries even after information about his passport being revoked by the Indian government was flashed in the Interpol central database on February 24, the CBI has said.

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India to seek fresh red corner notice against Zakir Naik

zakirIndia has decided to file a fresh petition before the Interpol after the agency rejected a red corner notice against radical Islamic preacher, Dr Zakir Naik. An NIA official informed OneIndia that they would make a fresh request for the red corner notice.

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Setback as Interpol cancels red corner alert against Zakir Naik

zakirnaikThe Interpol has cancelled the red corner notice that was issued against religious preacher, Dr Zakir Naik. The decision was sent to the Interpol General secretariat which deleted the data from the Interpol’s files in November 2017.

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Zakir Naik targeted for terror not religion: NIA tells Interpol

zakirThe National Investigation Agency has told the Interpol that Dr Zakir Naik is being targeted for terrorism and not because of his religion. While sending out a detailed response to the Interpol, the NIA has said that evidence against Naik is strong and his acts violate the Indian law.

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Interpol rejects RCN against arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari citing political vendetta

sanjaybhandariThe Delhi police has failed to secure a Red-Corner Notice from the Interpol against arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari. This comes close on the heels of the Interpol refusing to issue an RCN against Lalit Modi.

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How India bungled on the red corner notice against Lalit Modi

The refusal by the Interpol to entertain a red corner notice against former IPL chairman, Lalit Modi is a major set back for Indian agencies.

The Interpol statement read that it had deleted all data relating to Modi from its records.

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Interpol drops red corner request notice against Lalit Modi

In what could be considered as a setback to Indian agencies, the Interpol has dropped a request to issue Lalit Modi a red corner notice. Lalit Modi, the former boss of the Indian Premier League wrote a long and emotional post in which he announced that the request for a red corner notice had been dropped.

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Permitting Ughur separatist Isa to India would have complicated matters with Interpol

dolkunisaNew Delhi, April 25: Had India not cancelled the visa granted to Dolkun Isa and he been allowed to land in India, it would have been mandatory that he was detained and extradited. Since India is a member of the Interpol it becomes necessary that anyone with a red corner alert be detained and extradited.
Had India failed to do this, then it would have had a bearing on India related cases in which red corner alerts are issued. The issue would have become extremely complicated and could have led to non-cooperation from other nations, sources in the Home Ministry tell OneIndia while maintaining that it was not pressure from China that led them to change their decision.

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