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Fallen Tycoon Says Indian Extradition Would Harm Mental Health.

  • Periodical
  •; 7/21/2021, p1-2, 2p
  • Modi's drawn out extradition is the most high-profile since Vijay Mallya, the flamboyant businessman, who lost his appeal against his transfer to India. Keywords: PNB@IN; ALLTOP; ASIA; ASIATOP; BNK; BUSINESS; CONS; CONSD; COS; EUROPE; EURTOP; FIN; GEN; GLOBALMACR; GOV; INDIA; INDUSTRIES; LAW; MED; TMT; UK; WEALTH; WORLD; WWTOP; WWTOPAS EN PNB@IN ALLTOP ASIA ASIATOP BNK BUSINESS CONS CONSD COS EUROPE EURTOP FIN GEN GLOBALMACR GOV INDIA INDUSTRIES LAW MED TMT UK WEALTH WORLD WWTOP WWTOPAS Disgraced diamond tycoon Nirav Modi's extradition to India would severely impact his mental health and be a "flagrant denial of justice", his lawyers said at a London court hearing. Modi is severely depressed and requests the the extradition be blocked on mental health grounds, his lawyer, Edward Fitzgerald, said in documents prepared for Wednesday's hearing. [Extracted from the article]
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