CBI writes to Antigua government; seeks PNB scam accused Mehul Choksi's arrest
The pressure is being built on Cental Bureau of Investigation, which is further building a pressure on Antigua government; where Choksi fled after ‘buying-out’ its citizenship.
CBI has asserted to Antigua government that a Red Corner Notice is no longer required in the case since it is required only for tracing a location of an accused.
The agency further urged that the location and new citizenship of Choksi is now known; therefore the procedure of his arrest and thereafter extradition should be initiated.
All these demands have been put forth in a letter sent by CBI via External Affairs Ministry to Antigua government.
The Antigua government had earlier raised questions over non-issue of a red corner notice against Choksi so far.
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