As per a local Antiguan newspaper, Choksi arrived in Antigua on a private plane and was met at the airport by representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Antigua newsroom reported that the United Progressive Party is siding with the version of events given by Choksi that he was abducted from Antigua and Barbuda.
Choksi also alleged that his frienda did not attempt to help him while he was being beaten up and placed on a small watercraft.
The Cabinet minutes published by the local media showed that "Choksi matter" was one of the agenda items discussed during the meeting on Wednesday.
Choksi had mysteriously gone missing on May 23 from Antigua and Barbuda where he was staying since 2018 as a citizen.
Choksi had gone missing from Antigua on May 23 after going out for dinner and was soon caught in Dominica after Antigua police launched a manhunt for him last month.
A court allowed Choksi to be transported to a hospital for medical attention and for the administration of a COVID-19 test.
Indian officials in Delhi refused to confirm or deny whether a plane had been sent to Dominica.
Advocate Vijay Aggarwal said that he thought it was 'fishy' at the moment, no one was looking into how exactly Choksi reached Dominica.
After news of Choksi's arrest in Dominica came, Browne told local media that he has given 'clear instructions' to the Dominican authorities to repatriate Choksi to India.
He also said that it was "extremely unlikely" that Choksi would flee the country within 36 hours and reach Cuba by boat.
Choksi's lawyer reiterated that he would not leave Antigua because "Red Corner Notice (RCN) has been issued and if he tries to cross any (international) borders, he can be apprehended
According to sources, CBI is contacting the Antigua Embassy in India and seeks confirmation about the reports of missing Mehul Choksi and other details regarding the matter.
There were media reports in Antigua that the police have launched a manhunt for Mehul Choksi, who is wanted by the CBI and ED in India for his involvement in the PNB fraud case.
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CBI had on July 25 sought the whereabouts of Choksi and written to Antiguan authorities, demanding details about him.