Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a new charge sheet against Nirav Modi in a Rs 13700-crore PNB scam. This charge sheet has been filed in Mumbai’s Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court. ED is investigating money laundering in the PNB scam.
Nirav Modi has been living in a rented apartment for Rs 15.5 lakh
ED officials say that supplementary charge sheets have been filed against Nirav and some other accused. Additional evidence has been gathered in this matter and the attachment of property attachment has been done. In the PNB scandal, the ED filed the first charge sheet in May 2018.
Two days earlier, the English newspaper Telegraph had released the video of Neerav Modi saying that he was living in an apartment of 72 crores in London’s West End area. For this, it is paying 15.5 lakh rupees every month. He is also doing diamond business.
After this news, the Enforcement Directorate had said on March 9 that on the appeal of extradition of Nirav to India, the UK Home Secretary has approved the legal process in the court there.
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