Banks recovered Rs 13,100 crore from assets sale of defaulters like Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi: Nirmala Sitharaman
The Supplementary Demands for Grants authorised the government to spend an additional Rs 3.73 lakh crore during the current fiscal.
Nirav Modi was allowed to appeal against his extradition from the UK to India to face fraud charges on the grounds his return would harm his mental health and place him at risk of suicide.
Levin had also sought a minimum compensation of USD 15 million for "harm" suffered by the debtors of Modi and his associates Mihir Bhansali and Ajay Gandhi.
The company has reportedly acquired the rights of the book "Flawed: The Rise and Fall of India's Diamond Mogul Nirav Modi," written by investigative journalist and author Pavan C Lall.
Nirav is wanted in India for allegedly defrauding Punjab National Bank (PNB) out of an estimated USD 2 billion.
Nirav Modi's brother-in law, Maiank Mehta, appeared before Special Judge VC Barde and sought the cancellation of warrants issued against him, which was allowed by court.
This is the third such order in a span of about two weeks, with the total value of properties owned by Nirav Modi's companies being restored in this manner now standing at approximately Rs 1,000 crore
Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi are accused of committing a Rs 14,000 crore scam by obtaining credit facilities fraudulently from the PNB, a public sector bank.
On Monday, High Court judge Martin Chamberlain granted Modi permission to appeal against a Westminster Magistrates' Court order in favour of extradition to India on mental health grounds.
Grounds 3 and 4 relate to Article 3 of the ECHR, or the right to life, liberty and security, and Section 91 of the UK's Criminal Justice Act 2003 related to fitness to plead.