Interpol’s 8-point poll on Nirav Modi sends Indian organizations into a hissy fit

Interpol’s 8-point poll on Nirav Modi sends Indian organizations into a hissy fit

As investigative organizations in India sit tight for a worldwide capture warrant against Nirav Modi, a poll sent by Interpol’s Lyon office in France to its National Central Bureau in Delhi has got Indian offices working extra minutes.

Interpol's 8-point poll on Nirav Modi sends Indian organizations into a hissy fit
Interpol has asked Indian agencies to explain “the Individual role played by Nirav Modi” in the alleged banking fraud.

The poll has been sent in light of India’s ask for to issue an Interpol Red Corner Notice against the stealing away precious stone gem dealer Nirav Modi.

India Today has gotten to Interpol’s eight-point survey which looks for certain important subtle elements identified with the Nirav Modi case. Neglecting to answer these inquiries would make it dificult for Indian investigative organizations to get a Red Corner Notice issued against the diamantaire.

Aside from making general inquiries identified with this case, the Interpol home office has likewise requested that its Indian organization give all Nirav Modi case-related records in four unique dialects, including Arabic, French and Spanish.


In its survey, Interpol has requested that Indian offices clarify “the Individual pretended by Nirav Modi” in the asserted saving money extortion. Interpol has likewise inquired as to whether “formal charges” have been recorded against him in court. Further, the Lyon office has requested that Indian offices clarify “the nature of charges, definition and conviction” against Nirav Modi.

Interpol base camp has additionally looked for subtle elements of capture warrants issued against Nirav Modi and inquired as to whether Indian organizations speculate him to be in any “particular nation”.

As indicated by sources, Interpol’s National Central Bureau in Delhi has sent these inquiries to the specialists concerned. Authorities at the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) have been working overnight to set up an appropriate and definite reaction.

This feels familiar?

Interpol central command has requested that the Indian offices present an interpretation of all the case-related archives in four unique dialects – Arabic, English, French and Spanish. This, in any case, isn’t the first run through when such inquiries have been postured by Interpol in a prominent case.

“Such inquiries are not new in these prominent cases, particularly when the absconders tend to play the casualty card asserting infringement of rights and absence of due process,” an official acquainted with the examination revealed to India Today.

Prior, Lalit Modi utilized case-related details to effectively challenge issuance of a comparative Interpol warrant against him asked for by Enforcement Directorate.

Italian mediator in the AgustaWestland chopper trick, Guido Haschke, got a Red Corner Notice issued against him expelled after he moved toward Interpol through his legal advisors. Indian organizations likewise neglected to get an Interpol capture warrant against Vijay Mallya in spite of different endeavors.

The press office at Interpol’s Lyon base camp disclosed to India Today that “Red Notices are just issued to Interpol part nations if the asking for National Central Bureau (NCB) has given all the data required by the General Secretariat”.

On the off chance that the deferral on part of Interpol in issuing a Red Corner Notice is any sign, Indian investigative organizations may well need to experience a long procedure to get one against Nirav Modi. “We have seen it in the past that absconders have utilized this opportunity to cover their tracks and assemble a case for themselves,” an official comfortable with the examination disclosed to India Today.

(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)

Sanjay Bhagat

The author Sanjay Bhagat

Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

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