Interpol has issued a red corner notice (RCN) against Purvi Deepak Modi, sister of fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi who is wanted in the Rs13,500 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case, officials said on Monday.
According to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) the Interpol issued the RCN against Purvi Modi on the charge of money laundering, as requested by it.
In August, a special court in Mumbai had issued public summons to Nirav Modi's sister Purvi and brother Neeshal, who are Belgian citizens, to appear before it on September 25. The court also said that if they fail to appear then their properties would be confiscated under the newly enacted fugitive offenders act.
According to ED officials, Purvi Modi and other family members of Nirav Modi were the recipients of the proceeds of the crime.
Last week, Interpol issued a RCN against Nirav Modi's close aide Mihir Bhansali in connection with the case.
Bhansali, who was an executive in Nirav Modi's Firestar International firm, is absconding since the probe started in the alleged $2 billion PNB fraud case.
The RCN is issued to seek the location and arrest of wanted...