- Nirav Modi travelled to London, Hong Kong, New York, among other places
- Sources said Interpol branches of Belgium and US didn't cooperate
- Nirav Modi is accused of a mega swindle of the Punjab National Bank
According to the UK, Nirav Modi used the passport to fly from New York to London on February 10, from Hong Kong to London on February 15, from London to Hong Kong on March 15, from New York to London on March 28 and from London to Paris on March 31.
The CBI said it had shared the information on his passport in the 'diffusion' notice issued through Interpol on February 15. But Interpol branches of Belgium and US didn't cooperate, say sources.
A diffusion, which is less formal than a red corner notice, is a request to the Interpol seeking the arrest of a person or any information on them.
The CBI followed it up with six countries where Nirav Modi was suspected to have fled and requested these countries to share information about him.
Similar reminders were also sent to the agencies of US, Singapore, Belgium, UAE and France.
Nirav Modi is accused of a mega swindle of the Punjab National Bank (PNB), the second-largest government bank, by securing overseas loans worth Rs 13,000 crore through fraud guarantees. He and his uncle fled India in January, weeks before the CBI started investigating the PNB fraud.
The CBI has approached the Interpol for a Red Corner Notice aimed at bringing Nirav Modi back for facing trial in the cases against them.
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