As per reports, absconder businessman Mehul Choksi who is in the wanted list by Indian officials in the 13500cr PNB scam, is now admitted to a hospital. Before being admitted to hospital he was in the government led quarantine facility of Dominica, there he tested covid negative.
Mehul Choksi is primely accused in the PNB scam worth 13500 cr. with his nephew Nirav Modi. Mehul Choksi has been on the run since 2018 and recently was caught in the Dominica, Caribbean. Now he is in the police custody of Dominica.
Currently he is at the Imray Wade hospital which comes under the Dominica China friendship. At the hospital he is in a private room under the stern surveillance of Dominican Police. His hospitalization news has been confirmed by his lawyer Justin Simon. His words were “I would not send fake media information. I am wary of the media, but that Dominica reporter has it right”.
Fugitive and economic scammer Mehul Choksi was busted in Dominica and since then he was in the custody of CID, Dominica. Later a private jet from India landed at the Douglas Charles airport. This report has been confirmed by Antigua PM Gaston Browne. Later on, his photos from the bars had been released, he was looking powerless with severe injury on the hand and bruised eye.
Indian authorities have been trying to get him back but his lawyer stated that he cant be sent back to India because he is no longer an Indian citizen. The scammer Mehul Choksi surrendered his Indian passport in 2018 to the Antigua government and became a citizen of Antigua.
The High court of Dominica has scheduled the hearing on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. To save scammer diamond dealer Mehul Choksi’s extradition to India, four London lawyers have been hired.
Here we are providing some links to get each bit of information about the whole case of well known fugitive Mehul Choksi, 63, who scammed the state-run Punjab National Bank with his nephew Nirav Modi, who is also on the run and has gone underground in the UK.
Mehul Choksi’s big loan fraud from overseas branches of PNB in the name of the bank’s undertakings.