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HC asks Choksi if claims for fair trial are consistent with his conduct

Advocate Vijay Aggarwal, appearing for Choksi, said there is a footage about his client in the series which allegedly shows him in a bad light

Mehul Choksi
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The single judge had dismissed Choksi's plea on the ground that he had an alternative remedy available -- of filing a civil suit -- and that a writ petition for enforcement of a private right was not maintainable

Press Trust of India New Delhi
The Delhi High Court Wednesday asked Mehul Choksi, an accused in the $2 billion PNB scam who went to the US for treatment and ended up taking citizenship of Antigua, whether his claims for a fair trial and investigation were consistent with his own conduct.

The query by a bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan was posed to Choksi's counsel during the hearing of his appeal against a single judge order which dismissed his plea for pre-screening of Netflix docuseries 'Bad Boy Billionaires'.

Advocate Vijay Aggarwal, appearing for Choksi, said there is a footage about

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First Published: Sep 23 2020 | 8:12 PM IST

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