Denmark has pressed for a fresh proposal from India on the issue of extradition of Kim Davy, the main accused in the 1995 Purulia arms drop case, assuring that it would be examined by its the justice department.
The CBI wishes to write "the
last chapter" of the Purulia arms drop case as the agency
wants to know the name of a politician, if any, who had helped
the main accused Kim Davy escape from Mumbai airport.
Facing flak for sending a team to extradite Purulia arms drop case accused Kim Davy with an expired warrant, an emabarrased CBI on Thursday said all documents are "in order" for the case to move forward in a Danish court.