PNB scam case, ED files fresh charge sheet against Nirav Modi, the first charge sheet in the Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam was filed in May last.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a fresh charge sheet against Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam accused Nirav Modi under the anti-money laundering law, officials said on Monday.
They said the charge sheet or the prosecution complaint has been filed before a special Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court in Mumbai.
This is a supplementary charge sheet against the diamantaire and few others and the ED had recorded additional evidences gathered in the case and attachments made, they said.
Further details about its contents are awaited.
The development comes two days after a British daily reported that Nirav Modi, accused in the $2 billion scam, is living in a swanky £8 million apartment in London’s West
End and is currently concerned during a new diamond business.
The ED said on March 9 that the United Kingdom’s Home Secretary has recently referred India’s request for extraditing the tainted businessman to a court for initiating legal proceedings against him.
The ED filed the first charge sheet in this case in May last.
The disfunction and also the CBI square measure work Nirav Modi, his uncle Mehul Choksi and others for alleged money laundering and corruption to perpetrate the alleged scam in the Brady House branch of the Punjab National Bank in Mumbai that was unearthed last year.
Nirav Modi, 48, is presently living during a three-bedroom flat occupying half a floor of the landmark Centre purpose tower in London, wherever rent is calculable to price £17,000 a month.
Information Source – The Telegraph