The final hearings are underway in the Nirav Modi extradition case and on the other hand, many attempts are being made by Nirav Modi's lawyer to oppose the extradition to India.
Times Now's Bhavtosh Singh reports; says, the final submissions will be made today in the court by the crown prosecution after which the UK Court will reserve its verdict and announce the date on which Nirav Modi's extradition case verdict will be given. The defence team of Nirav Modi has stated that he is suffering from depression and that he has suicidal tendencies and hence shouldn't be extradited to India. The crown prosecution denied this stating that medical treatment an be provided to him in the prison.
A Special Mumbai court has allowed his sister to become a prosecution witness in this case and she has given a list of assets to the Enforcement Directorate.