PNB fraud: ED Seizes 9 Cars Belonging to Nirav Modi and Freezes Mutual Funds and Shares

Vanita Labra, 22/02/2018
PNB fraud: ED Seizes 9 Cars Belonging to Nirav Modi and Freezes Mutual Funds and Shares

New Delhi, Feb 22: The Enforcement Directorate has seized nine cars having a place with very rich person diamond czar Nirav Modi and his organizations, regarding the Punjab National Bank (PNB) extortion. These autos incorporate one Rolls Royce Ghost, two Mercedes Benz GL 350 CDIs, one Porsche Panamera, 3 Honda autos, one Toyota Fortuner and one Toyota Innova.

The ED likewise solidified common subsidizes and offers worth Rs 7.80 crore having a place with Modi and worth Rs 86.72 crore of those having a place with the Mehul Choksi Group.

ED seized 9 cars belonging to and his companies. These cars include one Rolls Royce Ghost, two Mercedes Benz GL 350 CDIs, one Porsche Panamera, 3 Honda cars, one Toyota Fortuner and one Toyota Innova.

ED seized 9 cars belonging to and his companies. These cars include one Rolls Royce Ghost, two Mercedes Benz GL 350 CDIs, one Porsche Panamera, 3 Honda cars, one Toyota Fortuner and one Toyota Innova. pic.twitter.com/Kfx0rkPrIW

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In the mean time, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) likewise fixed Nirav Modi's farmhouse in Alibaug on Tuesday. The 1.5 section of land cultivate house was obtained by Modi in 2004 for Rs 32 crore for facilitating unique gatherings for his demographic to demonstrate case his valuable adornments accumulation, authorities said.

The organization exhibited six people captured under the watchful eye of a unique CBI court in Mumbai, which remanded them in guardianship till March 3. The CBI had captured Vipul Ambani, president (back) of Fire Star Diamond, official right hand Kavita Mankikar and senior official Arjun Patil (the majority of Modi's organizations).

Kapil Khandelwal, CFO of Nakshatra gathering and Gitanjali gathering, and Niten Shahi, chief of Gitanjali aggregate were additionally captured by the office. From Punjab National Bank, the CBI arrested Rajesh Jindal, General Manager credit, at exhibit posted at the bank's head office here. Jindal, who was the leader of the Brady House, Mumbai, branch of the bank amid 2009-11, was arrested the previous evening, they said. It is charged that Rs 11, 400 crore of LoUs were falsely issued to the organizations of Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi.

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