Fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi caught in Dominica while trying to escape Cuba: sources

Fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi caught in Dominica while trying to escape Cuba: sources

Mehul Choksi is an accused in the PNB scam. (File photo)

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  • Mehul Choksi went missing from Antigua
  • Choksi was trying to escape Cuba
  • Fugitive businessman caught in Dominica

New Delhi:

Businessmen accused of Punjab National Bank scam (PNB Scam) Mehul Choksi (Mehul Choksi) disappeared in Antigua in the past. Now sources are getting information that Choksi has been caught in Dominica while trying to escape to Cuba. It is being told that Choksi reached Dominica with the help of a boat. A lookout circular was issued against him. He was caught by the local police in Dominica. The process of handing Choksi to the Antigua Authority is underway.

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Vijay Agarwal, lawyer of fugitive diamond trader Mehul Choksi, has confirmed his disappearance. Speaking to news agency ANI, Choksi’s lawyer said that his family is upset over the disappearance of the diamond trader and he was called to discuss it. He said that at the moment Antigua The police is investigating the case, but the family is worried about Choksi’s safety.

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The ‘Royal Police Force’ had told that in search of Mehul Choksi, the police issued a statement with his picture, so that people can get information about him. “Police is investigating the disappearance of 62-year-old Mehul Choksi, a resident of Jolly Harbor,” the statement said. A complaint about Choksi’s disappearance has been lodged at Johnson Point Police Station. He has been missing since May 23, 2021 (Sunday). Choksi was last seen in his car. The police has recovered the car but nothing has been known about Choksi.

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Let us tell you that in February this year, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) attached assets worth more than Rs 14 crore to the Gitanjali Group and the accused and its promoter Mehul Choksi in the PNB scam. This scam is more than 13 thousand crores rupees. The ED had said in a statement that the property, attached under the anti-money laundering law, included a 1,460-square-foot flat located in the O2 tower in Goregaon area of ​​Mumbai, gold and platinum jewelery, watches, diamonds, silver and pearl necklaces and a Mercedes Benz car included.

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