London: PNB fraud chief fugitive diamond tycoon Nirav Modi has not received any respite from the UK High Court. The special point has been that the High Court has refused to grant bail to Nirav Modi. Let's say that Nirav Modi's bail plea for the fourth time has been rejected. After the London High Court ruling, Neerav will remain in jail for the moment.
Let me tell you for information that the UK High Court had completed the hearing on Tuesday on the plea of fugitive Nirav Modi. Neerav had also challenged the trial court's decision to deny bail to the High Court. But he didn't even have success here. That's where he will now remain in jail after the court's decision.
Earlier, the Westminster Magistrates ' Court had rejected Nirav Modi's bail plea three times and the UK High Court today also held the same fate. In this way, he has been dealt a big blow for the fourth time in terms of the rejection of the bail application. The court's mane is likely to flee from the UK on bail. Neerav's lawyer, Claire Montgomery, had spoken in the high court saying, "The fact is that Nirav Modi is not the co-founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, who has taken refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy, but is just a simple Indian jeweler."