Antigua hints at extraditing PNB scam accused Mehul Choksi back to India soon

25 Jun 2019 02:49 PM

Antigua hints at extraditing PNB scam accused Mehul Choksi back to India soon

Updated 25 Jun 2019 02:49 PM

Trouble seems to have mounted for Punjab National Bank Scam accused Mehul Choksi as Antigua government may soon extradite the  diamantaire to India. As per reports, Antiguan prime minister Gaston Browne said that Mehul Choksi country is ready to revoke the passport of Choksi after he exhausts all his legal options after which he can be extradited to India.

This comes a day after Bombay High Court on June 24 sought a sealed report from an expert team of doctors at J J Hospital in Mumbai on the medical condition of fugitive Mehul Choksi and if he was in a position to travel, as accused diamantaire, who is in Antigua had claimed that he is unfit to travel back to India, but wants to cooperate in probe.

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