New Delhi: Fugitive Businessman Mehul Choksi Dominica’s sudden escape may still be shrouded in mystery, but new twists are emerging every day.
Now, Antigua Prime Minister Gaston Brown has claimed that the diamond businessman must have taken his girlfriend on a “romantic trip” to Dominica where she was caught, ANI Reported “The information we are getting is that Mehul Choksi may have taken his girlfriend to Dominica to have dinner or have a good time and so be caught.
It would be a big mistake because he is a citizen in Antigua, In an interview to a local radio station, he said, “We cannot deport him … as reported by the Antigua News Room.” “The problem is that if he is repatriated to Antigua because he is an Antiguan citizen, even though his citizenship is unstable, he still has constitutional and legal protection. We have no doubt that his citizenship will eventually be revoked. Will be given because he did not disclose the material. The information, “Brown said. There is speculation that Choksi is wanted in India for Rs 13,500 crore.
PNB scam Cuba was trying to escape. India does not have an extradition treaty with Cuba. However, the day after being caught, Choksi The lawyers claimed that the businessman was kidnapped from Antigua and taken to Dominica. He alleged that he was abducted by Antigua and Indian-looking policemen from Jolly Harbor in Antigua and Barbuda. The alleged photographs of 62-year-old Choksi surfaced in Dominica show her with a red swollen eye and bruises on her hands.
Choksi was caught by the police in Dominica when he was allegedly trying to get rid of some paperwork. Speculation on deportation of India Meanwhile, Antigua’s PM Brown has previously said that India has sent a private jet to Dominica carrying documents related to Choksi’s deportation. However, there is no immediate official confirmation from the Indian authorities in this regard. Antigua Newsroom tweeted, “Qatar executive’s Bombardier Global 5000 aircraft landed at Dominica’s Douglas Charles Airport. It also posted a photo of the jet, which landed at Dominican Airport on Saturday.