A London court has approved the extradition of Nirav Modi to India. The court said that India’s legislature is impartial. Let me tell you the Diamond businessman Nirav Modi had petitioned in London court that he should not be extradited to India, on which the court has cancelled the petition of Nirav Modi while hearing the verdict.
Nirav Modi is the main accused in the PNB scam which was fraudulently fleeing abroad. Since then India was trying to get him back. Nirav Modi had said that if he was sent back to India, there would be no justice for him, then Westminster Magistrate Court, Judge Samuel Goji expressed displeasure over the fact that there was no evidence. The court also said that Nirav will have to answer many questions in India.
Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), representing India in the previous hearing, told the court that Nirav Modi was involved in a “Ponzi-like scheme”. Also involved in money laundering and fraud with PNB Bank.
The court also believed that Nirav Modi had threatened the witnesses to die. In such a situation, now it seems that Nirav Modi, who cheated 13000 crore rupees, can be sent to India.