Interpol’s letter reveals – Nirav Modi has left London a month ago

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New Delhi : New disclosures have been made about the main accused, Nirav Modi, in the Punjab National Bank scam. According to government sources, Neerav Modi is not in London. Reply have been given to Indian agencies on behalf of Interpol, which clearly states that Neervai Modi is not in the UK. These answers were given on June 5.

It is being told that Neerav Modi had left London almost a month ago. According to Interpol, Neerav is still traveling on Indian passport. After that, Indian agencies can now ask the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) how he is traveling on an Indian passport.

Indian security agencies have once again sought information about Nirav Modi’s new location by writing a letter to Interpol. This letter of Interpol was received by the CBI on June 6. Sources say that in the last few years, Neerav Modi has traveled in 4 countries.

Let you know that earlier it was news that the main accused of the PNB scam, Neerav Modi has reached Britain. It is feared that he is here trying to seek political asylum.

Let me tell you that through the fake letter of undertaking, Neerav Modi has lent Rs 13400 crore more to the Punjab National Bank. In this scandal, apart from Neerav, Mehul Choksi also plays an important role.

The CBI filed the first charge sheet on May 14 in the CBI Court of Mumbai. In the charge sheet filed by CBI, 24 people were accused in the case with the main accused, Nirav Modi, in which the name of Allahabad Bank CEO Usha Anantasubramanian was also included.

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