Domenica: Businessman Mehul Choksi said that about 8 to 10 people in Domenica were fatally assaulted while I was visiting friends.
Mehul Choksi, who escaped from the country in the Punjab National Bank case, is now in the custody of Domenica police, claiming that she was assaulted by police in disguise. In a complaint to Antigua police, Mehul Choksi said, “About 8 to 10 people in the guise of Antigua police have physically assaulted me and said I was unconscious.
What is the role of the woman in the case?
In her statement, Choksi mentions the name of a woman named Barbara Jabarika, as she is Choksy’s friend. When I went to meet her, the men in the guise of a policeman shot and abducted me.
“Jabarika was my acquaintance for many years. When Jabarika was in Jolly Harbor she also lived in an apartment opposite our house. Then moved to the Coco Bay Hotel. We met and talked with Aga. But she was with me on my fateful day. A group of 8 to 10 men who claimed to be policemen ruthlessly assaulted me. When I was semi-conscious, they stole my phone, watch and wallet. However, he returned the money saying he did not want to rob me. But Jabarika, who was with her, said nothing. Didn’t even respond to anything. Seeing her demeanor, she said that she was suspicious of my abduction.
“On May 23, we decided to meet up. She told me to pick her up. So I went to her house on the road next to the marina and took her to her house at 5:15 pm. While we were talking, 8 to 10 people came to the door and beat me to death, then snatched my Rolex watch and wallet, then tied my hands, masked my face, and put me in a vehicle with a clothes wheelchair. Took him in the boat just in time.
On the boat I removed my mask. When asked where I had taken him, he answered me with disdainful answers and threatened me with a knife. Thus I surrendered to silence on the occasion. Later, two men from India and Windies appeared. One of these, India-based Narinder Singh, introduced himself as the agent in charge of my case. “I was told that I had been brought to this place to interview a high-ranking” Indian politician. “
Diamond trader Mehul Choksi, one of the prime accused in the Rs 13,500 crore fraud case to the Punjab National Bank, is in the process of being extradited to India by his nephew, Britain’s Neerav Modi. Choksi, on the other hand, had obtained citizenship in Antigua and had left India as the investigation into the fraud intensified. Also, he had sought refuge under the anti-deportation laws of Antigua.