Police custody has been changed to prison custody but he shall remain in hospital as his medical condition has deteriorated," lawyer Vijay Aggarwal said.
Choksi and his nephew Nirav Modi had fled India in the first week of January, 2018, weeks before the scam in the PNB rocked the Indian banking industry.
The CBI in its supplementary charge sheet has invoked Section 201 of the IPC among other charges which pertain to the destruction of evidence.
Mehul Choksi's 'abduction' internationl crime, brought shame to Antigua and Barbuda: Oppn party leader
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.
These LoUs and FLCs were allegedly issued to Choksi's firms without any sanctioned limit or cash margin and without making entries in the bank's central banking system.
'Mehul Choksi is international fugitive who continues to evade Indian law', CBI tells Dominica court
The affidavit filed by CBI DIG Sharda Raut apprised the court about the facts of the case pending in India against Choksi.
We've been given the liberty to reapply for bail after we show our roots in Dominican society. There is no res judicata in bail, said Choksi's lawyer after his bail was denied by Dominica HC.
Choksi had approached the high court after the magistrate had rejected his bail petition.
Mehul Choksi had mysteriously gone missing on May 23 from Antigua and Barbuda where he has been staying since 2018 as a citizen.
Rights of Mehul Choksi will be respected, says Dominica PM as fugitive businessman names 'friend' Babara, Indian agents in his 'abduction' complaint
The statement reported by local media outlet 'natureisle' quoted the Prime Minister as saying that court will decide what happens to Choksi next.
According to a news report, an eyewitness said that police got suspicious and ran after Choksi, but he could not run far and fell twice and got caught while escaping from the police.
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 team remained stationed for nearly seven days to bring Choksi, wanted in Rs 13500 crore bank fraud in Punjab National Bank, to India as legal battle continued in the courts of Dominica.
The aircraft was parked at Marigot for nearly seven days to bring back Choksi, who is wanted in the Rs 13,500-crore PNB scam, to India.
The Cabinet minutes published by the local media showed that "Choksi matter" was one of the agenda items discussed during the meeting on Wednesday.