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Mehul Chinubhai Choksi is an Indian-born fugitive businessman, residing in Antigua and Barbuda, who is wanted by the Indian judicial authorities for criminal conspiracy, criminal breach of trust, cheating and dishonesty including delivery of property, corruption and money laundering. In an interview, Choksi claimed that he is innocent and all allegations against him are false, baseless and motivated by political expediency. Choksi holds Antiguan citizenship, and is the owner of Gitanjali Group, a retail jewellery company with 4,000 stores in India. An arrest warrant for Choksi has been issued in connection with the alleged Punjab National Bank fraud case. He was allegedly involved in stock market manipulation in 2013.
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Is your conduct consistent with claim for fair trial, investigation: Delhi high court to Mehul ChoksiThe Delhi high court on Wednesday asked Mehul Choksi, an accused in the $2 billion PNB scam who went to the US for treatment and ended up taking citizenship of Antigua, whether his claims for a fair..
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Man earning Rs 7,000 gets tax notice to explain Rs 134cr transactionsHe says an even bigger shock awaited him when he began his own investigation into the firm — it led him to a few steps from the offices of fugitive jeweller Mehul Choksi and his nephew Nirav Modi,..
MEA says Centre has put 'all resources on ground' to ensure early extradition of Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi
Cheating case: SC asks Gujarat-based petitioner to publish notice to Mehul Choksi in newspapers
Mehul Choksi will be deported, assures Antigua PM Gaston BrownePM Browne says that the country is not interested in having Choksi in Antigua and Barbuda as he "brings no value to the country"
'Mehul Choksi will be extradited': Antigua PM says, 'country not interested in having him'Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister said that the country is not interested in having him as he adds no value to it.
RCN delays a worry, Amit Shah tells InterpolHome minister Amit Shah has expressed concern over delays and hold ups in issuance of Red Corner notices against high profile economic offenders and fugitives during his discussions with Interpol..
Bail to Chidambaram will affect cases of Mallya, Choksi, Modi: EDSolicitor General Tushar Mehta appearing for the Enforcement Directorate said that the agency has been investigating various sensitive and high profile cases under PMLA and if Chidambaram's plea is..
HC dismisses Choksi petition challenging ED over his return
Can't file medical reports as Antigua doctor refused to treat me: Choksi to HC
PNB scam: Enforcement Directorate attaches Mehul Choksi's Dubai assets worth Rs 24.8 crThe agency has seized three commercial properties in Dubai, valuables, a Mercedes Benz E280 and fixed deposit account controlled by accused Choksi
ED attaches Mehul Choksi’s assets, cars worth 25 croreMehul Choksi defrauded Punjab National Bank (PNB) worth Rs 6,100 crore through fraudulent transactions and letters of credit. The total attachment of properties is collectively worth Rs 2,500 crore...
Centre moves SC against Bombay HC order asking for Mehul Choksi's medical reportA bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi was told by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Centre, that the high court order may have an adverse impact on the government's effort to..
Mehul Choksi's citizenship will be revoked, will be repatriated: Antigua PMIndia continues to pursue Choksi's return with the Govt of Antigua through diplomatic and legal channels. New Delhi has already sent an extradition request to the country.
'Cannot leave Antigua, CBI-ED can come and question me here': Mehul Choksi 'willing to cooperate' in PNB scam probeChoksi said he has submitted an affidavit in the High Court of Judicature at Bombay, with details of his diseases and said he left the country not to flee but for medical treatment.