Mehul Choksi can be deported to India from Dominica, says ex-CBI director AP Singh

2nd June,2021

Mehul Choksi can be deported to India from Dominica, says ex-CBI director AP Singh

Choksi would be deported to Antigua if the court found that he was kidnapped and forcibly transferred to Dominica, according to the former CBI director.

Choksi would be deported to Antigua as his country of origin if a Dominican court decided that he was kidnapped and forcibly transferred to Dominica.

Choksi's lawyers claim their client was kidnapped, beaten up, and transferred to Dominica from Antigua, where he had been living since 2018.Former CBI director AP Singh believes that fugitive diamantaire Mehul Choksi might be deported from Dominica since he has no legal rights there.

"Because Mehul Choksi has no legal rights in Dominica, Dominica might deport him to India." However, he claimed in court that he was kidnapped and taken against his will to a third nation (Dominica). “Now the court will rule on his deportation,” Singh told ANI.

Choksi would be deported to Antigua if the court found that he was kidnapped and forcibly transferred to Dominica, according to the former CBI director.Choksi would be deported to Antigua if the court found that he was kidnapped and forcibly transferred to Dominica, according to the former CBI director.

Choksi would be deported to Antigua as his country of origin if a Dominican court decided that he was kidnapped and forcibly transferred to Dominica.

Choksi's lawyers claim their client was kidnapped, beaten up, and transferred to Dominica from Antigua, where he had been living since 2018.Meanwhile, ahead of a Caribbean court hearing on Choksi's case on Wednesday, India has dispatched a team of multi-agency officials led by a CBI DIG to Dominica (June 2). In Dominica, a team consisting of two members of the CBI and officers from other agencies has arrived. They will claim that Choksi is still an Indian citizen despite the fact that he is wanted by Interpol.

Choksi had previously been photographed in police detention in Dominica, with red swollen eyes and body marks.Choksi is wanted in India on charges of bank fraud, criminal conspiracy, criminal breach of trust, and money laundering in connection with the Rs 13,000 crore Punjab & National Bank (PNB) loan fraud case.