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Viewpoint: Now, 'King Of Defaulters' Tracked Down In London

Mar 09, 2019 11:38 PM IST India India
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He is now the king of defaulters, Nirav Modi, the fugitive diamantaire, who looted India to the tune of Rs 13,000 crores. Precisely one year later, he has been spotted walking the streets of London with no remorse on his face. When British newspaper, The Telegraph, confronted Modi reminding fugitive of India's biggest ever bank fraud, he just smiled and said that he has no comments. He dons a jacket worth Rs 8 lakh and lives in swanky apartments in London and continues to mock at the Indian government and Indian agencies. Today's development has given a fresh ammo to the opposition. Congress chief Rahul Gandhi took the fight a step further and said that both Nirav Modi and PM Modi think they are above the law. He said both will soon face the law.

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