Nirav Modi remanded in custody until Aug 27


London, August 6

Fugitive diamond service provider Nirav Modi, combating extradition to India, was on Thursday additional remanded in custody till August 27 after he appeared through videolink at an everyday remand listening to earlier than a UK court docket on prices over the almost $2 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud and cash laundering case.

The 49-year-old jeweller, who has been lodged at Wandsworth Prison in south-west London since his arrest in March final 12 months, appeared through videolink earlier than District Judge Vanessa Baraitser at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London for an everyday 28-day “call-over” listening to.

He was advised the following listening to shall be a case administration listening to forward of a trial set for 5 days from September 7. He is charged with making fraudulent use of a credit score facility provided by PNB. — PTI



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