The fugitive diamantaire was arrested by Scotland Yard in connection with the Punjab National Court (PNB) loan default case on March 19 this year.
A London Court on Thursday extended custody of fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi till June 27.
This was a renewed bail application due to change of circumstances and the bail security was doubled. An accused is allowed to file for bail only twice unless there has been a significant change in circumstances.
A joint team of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials arrived here on March 28 for the hearing.
This comes a week after the fugitive diamantaire was arrested by the Scotland Yard in connection with a loan default case in India last Tuesday.
"The government of India continues to actively follow up this matter with the authorities concerned in the UK, with a view to have Nirav Modi extradited to India at the earliest,” added the MEA spokesperson.
London: Fugitive Indian diamantaire Nirav Modi accused in Rs 13,500 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case has been arrested...
Fugitive diamontaire Nirav Modi, wanted in India in connection with Rs 13,500 crore PNB scam, faces possible arrest in United Kingdom with arrest warrant issued against him.
PNB scam accused Nirav Modi, who is wanted by Indian agencies, was spotted in London yesterday. In this video tweeted by The Telegraph, the reporter is seen asking questions while Nirav Modi consistently replying, “no comment.”
India on Saturday hit out strongly against Pakistan in the wake of developments post the Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF soldiers died. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, said, "A 'naya Pakistan' should show 'naya action' against terror groups."