New Delhi, Sep 18: Indian agencies are miffed after British authorities informed them that their letter of request relating to the extradition of Nirav Modi could be shared with the fugitive diamantaire.
New Delhi, Aug 20: India has moved an extradition request after authorities have confirmed that fugitive businessman, Nirav Modi is in the United Kingdom. The extradition request was moved by the Central Bureau of Investigation.
Nirav Modi joined the long list of Indian fugitives to take refuge in the United Kingdom. He now joins an infamous bandwagon comprising, Lalit Modi, Vijay Mallya, music composer Nadeem among others.
Nirav Modi has fled to the United Kingdom and is said to be seeking political asylum. The Financial Times while quoting British and Indian officials said the PNB fraud accused is currently in the UK.
The Khalistan movement may be dead, but not a single day passes without an effort being made to revive the movement. Following the crackdown on militancy in Punjab, the top brass heading organisations such as the Babbar Khalsa International, Khalistan Zindabad Force moved into Pakistan seeking shelter.
The NIA has filed two chargesheets in connection with the killing a Hindu leader and said that it was part of a transnational plot to to divide communities. The case pertains to the killing of Satpal Singh and his son Ramesh Kumar at Naam Charcha Ghar at Ludhiana. They were working at the canteen of Naam Charcha Ghar when they were killed.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the Manchester Arena attack in which 22 persons had died. Social media accounts of the ISIS celebrated the attack with the tag line, ” kill them everywhere.”
India has told the UK that liquor baron Vijay Mallya had connived with a bank official and bagged a loan of Rs 900 crore. He convinced the banks that he was taking a loan for the operations of Kingfisher Airlines but laundered the money, the Crown Prosecution Service was told by a team of the CBI and ED.
The arrest of liquor baron, Vijay Mallya is a huge diplomatic success for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The PM and his government were criticised for not taking enough action in stopping Mallya from leaving the country last year. However aggressive back-channel talks and thorough investigations.
While several media outlets had claimed that the attacker who was also killed in the incident was Trevor Brook alias Abu Izzadeen, they later retracted the report.