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Nirav Modi Fraud Case: Trouble Mounts For Nirav Modi's Brother Neeshal Modi As India Initiates Extradition Process

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

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  • After Republic TV tracked down Nirav Modi's younger brother Neeshal Modi, India initiated extradition process against Neeshal Modi and his close associate Subhash Parab
  • Red Corner notice has already been issued against Neeshal Modi and Subash Parab

After Republic TV tracked down Nirav Modi's younger brother Neeshal Modi, extradition process has been initiated against Neeshal Modi and his close associate Subhash Parab. Extradition request for Neeshal Modi will be sent to Belgium whereas for Subash Parab will be carried out from Egypt. However, Red Corner notice has already been issued against Neeshal Modi and Subash Parab. 

Read: EXCLUSIVE: Running Away From A Red Corner Notice, Neeshal Modi Blames Family Member And Says ‘I Am A Small Guy In A Big Kind Of Situation’

Earlier on Thursday, shortly after tracking down fugitive fraud-accused diamantaire Nirav Modi’s two addresses in London, Republic TV’s Senior News Editor Shawan Sen also traced the whereabouts of and spoken to Nirav Modi's younger brother Neeshal, who has had an Interpol Red Corner Notice issued against him and is on the run. Here is an account of how Republic TV got the man running from a Red Corner notice on record and the revelations he made thereof.

  • Shawan gets Neeshal's number -- a Belgian number
  • Calls him shortly before entering the building in London's Westminster
  • It the same building where his brother Nirav has been served an extradition notice

In his conversation with Shawan, Neeshal Modi says, “Just understand that I’m really in [inaudible] situation.”

Read: The Full conversation between Republic TV’s Senior News Editor Shawan Sen and Nirav Modi's younger brother Neeshal Modi

Minutes after the telephonic conversation, Republic attempted to contact Nirav Modi's younger brother Neeshal again, this time via a text message from Republic TV’s Editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami to reconfirm his address. Neeshal replied that he was in Belgium and that he was not comfortable to discuss anything as he himself “is a victim and trying to understand his position”.

Neeshal in the course of the chat reveals that he doesn’t want to come out in the limelight as he is trying to ascertain what is going on his name, claiming, he is a "small guy in a big kind of situation”. 

This year in June, the Enforcement Directorate succeeded in getting Interpol to issue a Red Corner Notice against fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi. The RCN along with the name of the jeweler mentioned the names of his brother Neeshal Modi and close aide Subhash Parab. Neeshal has been on the run for about 241 days.

 

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