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Interpol issued Red Corner Notices against Nirav Modi

Interpol issued Red Corner Notices against Nirav Modi: Well, reports are coming that the Interpol has issued a red corner notice against India’s one of the biggest fraud person Nirav Modi, his brother Neeshal and an executive in his company, Subhash Parab. Reports are coming that the notice against PNB fraudster has been issued on the requests of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate (ED). Some reports are coming that this will work well for India because now he can’t runaway.

Reports are coming that the notices have been issued on the requests of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate (ED) which have both charged Modi, along with 18 others for cheating Punjab National Bank (PNB) of over Rs 13000 crore. Some sources are saying that RCNs will ensure agencies across 190 countries look for Nirav Modi in their jurisdiction and detain him.

It will also mean that Modi will no more be able to leave the port of the country he is presently in. Once Modi, his brother, and his executive is detained in a country, India would be able to initiate extradition proceedings with that country. Notably, ED has already moved a special court in Mumbai for the extradition of Modi from the UK and Hong Kong.

His last location was known to be Belgium where he is suspected to have traveled on June 12. Modi has been crisscrossing the globe on a revoked Indian passport. Sources are claiming that, he has traveled to the US, the UK, Hong Kong, China, UAE and even Belarus. As you all may know that before the PNB approached CBI with a complaint against his companies for allegedly cheating through the fraudulent issuance of Letters of Undertakings (LoUs) and Foreign Letters of Credit (FLCs), he fled away.