Saumil Diam LLC, a company that has links to both Nirav Modi and his maternal uncle Mehul Choksi, accused of fraudulent transactions at PNB, allegedly allowed Nirav Modi and his kin the use of its corporate credit cards, sources told The Indian Express.
Drawing a comparison between the two individuals, the Congress chief tweeted, “Both have looted India and are called Modi. Both refuse to answer any questions. Both believe they are above the law. Both will face justice.”
This was done through a laboratory “secretly” controlled by Mehul Choksi through a British Virgin Islands (BVI) firm, according to a forensic report by John J Carney, the Examiner appointed by the US bankruptcy court.
Choksi had left India just before CBI registered an FIR against him and his nephew Nirav Modi in February 2018. After sustained efforts by the CBI and Enforcement Directorate (ED), Interpol last month published a Red Notice against him.
"In August 2018, the government sent two requests, one from the CBI and the other from the Enforcement Directorate, to the authorities of the UK seeking the extradition of Nirav Modi to India," Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh told Rajya Sabha said.
Government counsel advocate P B Kakade told a bench of Chief Justice Naresh Patil and Justice M S Karnik that it had served demolition notices to another 58 private properties in the area constructed in violation of the state's rules and coastal zone norms.