- Mehul Choksi is expected to be deported directly to India soon.
- Mehul Choksi is wanted in the Rs 13,000 crore PNB trick case.
- Mehul Choksi took the watercourse to supposedly slip away from Antigua.
Fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi, captured in Dominica, is expected to be deported directly to India soon.
PM of Antigua and Barbuda Gaston Browne stated:
The Prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda Gaston Browne has said they have requested that the Dominican government confine Mehul Choksi and have him localized directly to India.
The fugitive diamantaire, wanted in the Rs 13,000 crore PNB trick case, had as of late escaped from Antigua and Barbuda and was caught in adjoining Dominica following an Interpol Yellow Notice gave against him.
Interpol gives the Yellow Notice to follow missing people.
Indian agencies and authorities are now exploring ways to bring him back to India:
In the interim, Indian organizations and specialists are currently investigating approaches to take him back to India, as indicated by sources.
“We have requested that the Dominican government confine him for entering their nation unlawfully and to make him persona non-grata and have him extradited straightforwardly to India,” PM Browne disclosed to India Today TV.
“We are in contact with the Indian High Commissioner to Antigua and Barbuda situated in Guyana. Assuming for legitimate reasons he got back to Antigua, he would get assurance of the law,” he added.
Notwithstanding, Antigua has now mentioned Dominica to give up Mehul Choksi to the Indian offices.
Further, The PM Browne stated:
“We are investigating how he made his break. Examinations are in progress. Will check whether he had nearby assistance,” said Browne, adding that Choksi’s interests in Antigua were worth “peanuts.”
He expressed that the criminal finance manager’s interest in Antigua was “just $100,000”. PM Browne further said that “we would have returned the cash to him if he surrendered his citizenship.”
Mehul Choksi took the water route to allegedly abscond from Antigua:
Mehul Choksi took the watercourse to supposedly slip away from Antigua. The specialists got him in the wake of arriving at Dominica. Choksi had been living in Antigua and Barbuda since 2018, after taking citizenship of the country.