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TWEETER WAR ON PNB SCAM: RAHUL QUESTION ON PM MODI SILENCE, CBI SEEKS INTERPOL HELP TO LOCATE NIRAV MODI

February 18, 2018 01:36 PM

New Delhi (Face2News)

Tweeter war of words on Punab National Bank (PNB) big scam of more than 11,000 Croes. Congress President Rahul Gandh in his tweet said, “PM Modi tells kids how to pass exams for 2 hrs, but won't speak for 2 mins on the 22,000 Cr banking scam. Mr Jaitley is in hiding. Stop behaving as if you're guilty! Speak up.

BJP MP and Actor Shatrughan Sinha (Shot Gun) in his tweet said, 3 P's are making lots of noise, news & havoc in India at present.. 1.Pakor as http://2.PM  3.PNB ..not necessarily in that order... Someone rightly pointed out - बड़ा चौकिदार सो गया, छोटा दमदार खो गया, और हम सब देखते रह गये।। Hope wish and pray that...1>2

Priyanka Gandhi Wadhra, in her tweet said, सबसे अनोखी बात 1st January 2018 - Its being said that Nirav Modi left the country to escape arrest. 23 January 2018 - He was with Narendra Modi at Davos. Think Think Think Who is the real culprit ? 

Subramanian Swamy, Member of Rajya Sabha and economist, said in his tweet that Ms. Usha Anantha subramanian Fmr MD of PNB is to be asked for evidence and not grilled as a suspect or accused. She was pushed out by PC.

Lalu Prasad Yadav in his official twitter account said, बीजेपी का कौन सा नेता खेत जोतकर खा रहा है? सब तो लूटकर खा रहे हैं। ई सब स्वयं घोषित देशभक्त है, देश लूट विदेश भाग जायेंगे।

Niirav Modi
  BJP in a tweet, said Mehul Choksi-Nirav Modi company getting a loan of Rs 1,550 cr after Rahul Gandhi attended a bridal jewellery collection event hosted by Nirav to his MP buying expensive jewellry using unaccounted cash, Congress has much to explain on their cosy relationship with Choksi-Nirav duo.

*Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is in war-mode to locate world-class diamond jewellery trader Nirav Modi, the prime accused in the Rs 11,400 crore scam involving Punjab National Bank.*In the latest step, the agency has sought help from Interpol through diffusion notice but this time, the agency has asked them to alert all the airports across globe in connection with Nirav Modi.

Meanwhile India Today tweeted, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is in war-mode to locate world-class diamond jewellery trader Nirav Modi, the prime accused in the Rs 11,400 crore scam involving Punjab National Bank.

In the latest step, the agency has sought help from Interpol through diffusion notice but this time, the agency has asked them to alert all the airports across globe in connection with Nirav Modi.

However, Nirav Modi will not be detained or arrested by the concerned airport authorities and will be allowed to fly, without giving him a sense that he is under scanner.

Earlier, the diffusion notice of Interpol was passed on to a few specific countries but when the agency was unable to track him down, the search area was expanded across the world.

"When the information about a wanted person is masked, then we have to use this option so that the person can be located," said a senior government officer.

Diffusion Notice is another request for cooperation or alert mechanism known as a 'diffusion'. This is less formal than a notice, but is also used to request the arrest or location of an individual or additional information in relation to a police investigation.

A diffusion is circulated directly by an NCB to the member countries of their choice, or to the entire Interpol membership and is simultaneously recorded in Interpol's Information System.

According to sources, Nirav Modi left India in January to fly from Mumbai to Dubai. Nishal Modi left for Brussels on the same day. Mehul Choksi went to Dubai on January 4 and Nirav's wife, Ami Modi, on January 6 fled to Zurich.

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