Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Gurmohina Kaur, who presides over the Special Extradition Court of India, directed the Centre to send Sayakhov Ruslan to Russia, noting that the extradition request was received from the Russian Federation.
The court noted that the accused was wanted in Russia in a case of murder for which the maximum penalty prescribed in India is death or life imprisonment.
"I am of the view that the prescribed procedure has been followed in as much as the extradition request has been submitted through diplomatic channel...The fugitive criminal wants to be extradited voluntarily to face charges pending against him there," the court said.
The arrest was made on the basis of a red corner notice as part of an extradition treaty between India and Russia.
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