He told the court that it is necessary to question these accused to complete the probe and find out exact role played by them.
Mumbai: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday made an application before the special Prevention of Money-laundering Act (PMLA) court seeking issuance of a non-bailable warrant against family members, including siblings and father, of Nirav Modi in the over Rs 11000 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case.
The Enforcement Directorate on Friday made an application before special PMLA court judge MS Azmi seeking issuance of non-bailable warrants against some of the accused in the PNB fraud case including few family members of prime accused Nirav Modi.
ED has made 24 persons accused in this case and agency’s counsel Hiten Venegaonkar on Friday argued before the court that many of the accused have not made themselves available for questioning before the agency. He told the court that it is necessary to question these accused to complete the probe and find out exact role played by them.
Venegaonkar then requested the court to issue warrant against Neeshal Modi, Nehal Modi, Deepak Modi, Purvi Mehta, Maiank Mehta, Saju Parokekar and Aditya Nanavati. After hearing arguments, the court reserved order on the till next week.