Nirav Modi used revoked passport to travel four times after February 24
CBI had requested the Interpol to track any movements of Nirav Modi, earlier this year.
On June 5, a letter issued by the Interpol informed Indian agencies that absconding jeweller Nirav Modi travelled at least four times in March after the Ministry of External Affair had revoked his passport on February 24.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had requested the Interpol to track any movements of Nirav Modi earlier this year.
According to Interpol’s letter, Modi has travelled between United States, United Kingdom and Hong Kong on his Indian passport between March 15 and March 31, as reported by The Indian Express.
The CBI has now requested the Interpol to track Modi’s brother Nishal, a Belgian citizen and Subhash Paraban, executive of his company.