The investigating agency of India, is looking for the scam fugitive Neerav Modi and he was found roaming on the streets of London. PNB reported that it had been cheated of Rs 13,600 crore through fraudulent issue of letters LoUs and foreign letters of credit (FLCs). He is reluctant to the thing that India's investigating agency is looking for him.
An English newspaper correspondent asked many questions to Nirav Modi but he did not answer any question. In the meantime, the reporter asked a lot of questions, instead of answering him, Neerav Modi only kept saying 'no comment'. Hours after a video was released by a UK-based daily, Congress hit out at the Narendra Modi-led BJP government.
Exclusive: Telegraph journalists tracked down Nirav Modi, the billionaire diamond tycoon who is a suspect for the biggest banking fraud in India's historyhttps://t.co/PpsjGeFEsy pic.twitter.com/v3dN5NotzQ— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) March 8, 2019
Congress said: 'Journalist managed to catch Nirvav Modi. Why Modi Government could not do this? Whose Modi is trying to protect? To himself or the people who helped to modi ran away?'
Congress spoke person Randeep Surjewala tweeted: “Desh ka Rs 23,000 crore loot kar le jao, bagair rok-tok desh se bhaag jao, phir PM ke saath photo khichwao, London mein Rs 73 crore ke aishgaah mein zindagi bitaao, Bujho mai kaun hun, Arre chhota modi, aur kaun! Jab Modi bhaye kautwaal, toh dar kaahe ka!! Modi hai toh mumkin hai!!! (Loot country’s Rs 23,000 crore, leave the country without any hindrance, then click pictures with the Prime Minister. In London, spend life in luxurious Rs 73 crore apartment. So, who am I? ‘Chhota Modi’, who else! Why fear when PM Modi is there. Everything is possible when Modi is there.)
Journalists of the @telegraph managed to track down Nirav Modi. Why was the Modi Govt unable to do so? Who is Modi trying to protect? Himself, Nirav Modi or the people who let him escape? https://t.co/Rp6BFNh3zt— Congress (@INCIndia) March 9, 2019
Modi and his maternal uncle Mehul Choksi are being investigated by Indian investigating agencies after the PNB reported that it had been cheated of Rs 13,600 crore through fraudulent issue of letters LoUs and foreign letters of credit (FLCs).