The diamond merchant had lodged an appeal last year against his extradition order on mental health grounds. The hearing this week is for the continuation of that appeal, with judgment likely soon.
Subhash Shankar Parab was the Deputy General Manager (Finance) in Firestar Diamond, officials said on Tuesday.
The diamantaire, wanted in India on charges of fraud and money laundering in the estimated USD 2-billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam case, lost his legal battle against extradition.
After a long legal battle, the UK court accepted that the diamantaire had threatened witnesses and tampered with evidence.
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan issued notice to the Centre and Netflix and sought their stand by September 23 on Choksi's appeal.
Vipul Ambani was aware of the fraudulent letters of undertaking (LoUs) issued by PNBs former deputy manager Gokulnath Shetty in favour of Modi's firms.
Chairman of the United Progressive Party in A&B, pointed to a resolution passed this week in Parliament allowing the CIU to operate offshore bank accounts and to accept payment in cryptocurrencies.
Antigua says Indian agencies had given 'no adverse information' on Mehul Choksi during citizenship check: Report
CBI had on July 25 sought the whereabouts of Choksi and written to Antiguan authorities, demanding details about him.
India had asked Antigua to detain PNB scam accused Mehul Choksi after information of his presence on island
Sources said India was in touch with the island nation following reports of Choksi's presence there and requested the authorities there to restrict his movements by land, sea and air.
The Citizenship by Investment unit of Antigua faced criticism from the paper for allowing Choksi to get a passport of Antigua in November last year.
The CBI in its communication sent to Antiguan authority last evening cited diffusion notice issued by the Interpol against the fugitive businessman.
Choksi had fled the country in the first week of January, nearly a fortnight before weeks before country's biggest banking fraud surfaced.
The petition comes in the wake of multiple non-bailable warrants issued against the promoter of Gitanjali Gems under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
The revelation comes barely days after the Interpol issued a Red Corner Notice (RCN) against him in connection with the multi-crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam.
The RBI said it will take action against statutory auditors of banks in case of any lapses in their auditing process including misstatement of a bank's financial statement in an audit report.
Choksi and 13 other entities, including eight individuals and five companies, have been charged under section 4 of PMLA, 2002 Act for the offence of money laundering.
Choksi's lawyer Sanjay Abbot moved the application before special CBI court judge J C Jagdale. In the application, he claimed that he cannot travel because of his medical condition.
The ED had earlier filed the application in the court seeking permission to start extradition of the absconding diamantaire in connection with a multi-crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has sought the diamond trader's extradition in connection with a money laundering case from Belgium, the UK and a few other countries.
The Mumbai DRI had registered the case against Modi and his firms based in the Surat Special Economic Zone for allegedly selling diamonds and pearls worth Rs 890 crore, meant for export.