Fugitive Nirav Modi who cheated Punjab National Bank with Rs 13,000 crores and fled away from India last year has been tracked down. One day after his plush Alibaug bungalow worth Rs 100 crores was demolished using dynamite, Nirav Modi was tracked in London by the reporter of a UK daily.
On being tracked, Nirav Modi was spotted wearing a Rs 9 lakh worth Ostrich Hide Jacket. Having a smile on his face, he replied “No comments” to every question asked by the reporter. Watch the video below:
Exclusive: Telegraph journalists tracked down Nirav Modi, the billionaire diamond tycoon who is a suspect for the biggest banking fraud in India's historyhttps://t.co/PpsjGeFEsy pic.twitter.com/v3dN5NotzQ
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) March 8, 2019
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Despite being a fraud and Most Wanted in India, Nirav Modi is living a king size life in London. He is currently staying in a flat worth Rs 74 crores where is paying a monthly rent of Rs 17 lakhs. This flat stands tall in London’s posh area named West End. As per reports, he has also started business with a new name in London.
Sadly, all the recent attempts made by India to nab him have practically failed so far. India requested the UK to handover Modi in August, last year but the request is still pending. Even the Interpol issued a Red Corner Notice (RCN) against Nirav Modi in July last year but despite several reminders there has been no effort from UK authorities to catch him.