London: The UK High Court on Tuesday began hearing in the fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi’s appeal against a lower court’s order to deny him bail as he fights his extradition from Britain to India in a nearly $2 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam and money laundering case. Justice Ingrid Simler at the Royal Courts of Justice began hearing the arguments presented by Modi’s legal team in an attempt to persuade the judge to overturn the Westminster Magistrates’ Court ruling to deny bail during three previous attempts, for fear that the 48-year-old would fail to surrender. The bail hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice in London has concluded and the decision will be given tomorrow at 10 am. Modi’s Claire Montgomery in her argument read out some email exchange between Nirav Modi and his brother. “The emails clearly show that there is no evidence of any sort of witness interference. We have seen witnesses from Abu Dhabi who have replied to emails from the Enforcement Directorate (ED),” Montgomery said. Further in her argument, Montgomery also said that Modi moved to the United Kingdom to raise capital and is willing to be tagged through an electronic device if granted bail. “He moved here to raise capital, to… Read full this story
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