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Nirav Modi now seeking company of Vijay Malayya in Britain: Indian government should act  tough with Britain

Nirav Modi now seeking company of Vijay Malayya in Britain: Indian government should act tough with Britain Featured

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New Delhi:It refers to Indian financial criminal Nirav Modi seeking asylum in Britain which seems to have become heaven for all such Indian criminals with notorious Vijay Malayya already there. It is time that Indian government may initiate a determined action-plan through all possible channels including Interpol, British government and governments of other concerned countries to bring back such master-minds playing fraud with Indian banks. 

It is for definite that usual legal-course including extradition-treaties etc can never fulfil the task fast in the manner required. Direct ministerial-level talks concentrated and focussed only on particular cases of Nirav Modi and Vijay Malayya may perhaps be fruitful in bringing back these two back to India also to prove as a deterrent for future by those planning to leave the country for ever after committing financial frauds and enjoying lavish living abroad in future.

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