Topic: Antigua and Barbuda
Choksi, wanted in a Rs 13,500 crore bank fraud case in India, was given bail by Dominica High Court to travel back to Antigua for seeking medical help from a neurologist.
Choksi will return to Antigua where he has been staying since 2018 after he left India, to seek medical attention from a specialized neurologist, a news portal reported.
According to a local media outlet 'Natureisle', Dominica PM Rooseveltt Skerrit said they have no issues in so far as the matter relates to Antigua and or India.
Antigua Police states that Choksi, the fugitive businessman wanted in PNB bank fraud case, was last seen driving Sunday. His car has been recovered.
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