New Delhi, June 18: Absconding businessman Nirav Modi is in possession of six passports and may face a new First Information Report(FIR) for violating the law, the sources reported here on Sunday.
In his passports, two passports have been found to be active. Four other passports are not active, officials said.
One of the Passport names appears in full name of Nirav Modi while other passports have a half name. The second passport was canceled by Indian officials.
It is clear that the international police system is not as strong as it was to Interpol. Nirav Modi's passports are not being blocked in various countries.
The businessman is an accused in the Rs 13,000-crore Punjab National Bank scam along with his uncle Mehul Choksi.
In February, reports said Modi and Choksi had claimed that they failed to appear before the Enforcement Directorate as their "passports have been revoked". The two accused are believed to have left the country before charges could be filed against them.