Fugitive Indian jeweller Nirav Modi can appeal his extradition to his homeland, where he is accused of defrauding one of the country's largest banks of $1.8 billion, the High Court in London ruled on Monday.
Britain's interior ministry said Friday it had approved the extradition of fugitive Indian jeweller Nirav Modi to his homeland, where he is accused of defrauding one of the largest banks of $1.8 billion.
A Rolls-Royce Ghost, Hermès handbags and rare paintings were among the luxury items seized from fugitive billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi that raised $7.65 million for India's tax authorities at an auction Thursday.
One of the main defendants in India's largest bank fraud case made a court application on Monday for cancellation of an arrest warrant against him, citing fears for his life due to growing mob lynchings in the country.
The billionaire jeweller at the heart of a more than $2 billion fraud case in India, has fled to the UK where he is claiming political asylum, the Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing Indian and British officials.