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Fugitive diamond trader Nirav Modi will not be able to approach the UK Supreme Court regarding extradition to India. On Thursday, the London High Court refused to give Nirav the relief of appeal to the Supreme Court. The extradition order was also given by the London High Court. He wanted to go to the Supreme Court against this. Now after the rejection of the application, the process of bringing Nirav to India has become easier.
Earlier, a two-judge bench of the High Court had dismissed Nirav Modi’s appeal in which he appealed against extradition to India. In his appeal, Nirav appealed not to send himself to India, citing his poor mental condition.
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After the Westminster Court, the hearing of the case was currently going on in the High Court.
Nirav’s arguments were rejected by the High Court
Earlier, the judge of the London High Court had accepted that all the things mentioned by Nirav in his appeal are unnecessary. The court had accepted that there is no risk of his suicide in sending him to India. The court had also rejected those things said in his appeal that it would be unjust to send him to India.
The court said that it is better that he should be sent to India to be a part of the legal process. Please tell that Nirav Modi is the main accused in the PNB scam and he is accused of a bank scam of $ 2 billion. Nirav Modi is lodged in a London jail.
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