6 Indian Citizens Who Fled The Country To Escape Punishment Made Against Them

Blog By Helma  |  10-07-18

They Are Not Like Salman Khan Who Can Come In Court And Except The Consequences Because They Believe In Hiding Themself Instead Of Facing It

#1 Nadeem Akhter Saifi

#1 Nadeem Akhter Saifi

He is a famous song director in Bollywood At the time of 90s and 20s but he fled the country because he had some allegation against him behind the assassination of T- series music director Gulshan Kumar.


#2 Vijay Mallya

#2 Vijay Mallya

The ex-chairman of United Spirits Ltd., Mallya was very much the “King of Good Times” in every possible sense. His infamous glamorous lifestyle was one that few others could compete with but one scandal were he duped many banks fled from the country.


#3 Lalit Modi

#3 Lalit Modi

The much famous betting game made this leader of BCCI to ban him from entering into cricket. After the 2010 IPL, he was been counted as for the misconduct in the game and also removed by the BCCI. A full-scale investigation resulted in him being banned from the BCCI in 2013.


#4 Dawood Ibrahim

#4 Dawood Ibrahim

He is the Head of the organised misdeed syndicate known as D-Company, Ibrahim is wanted in India on multiple allegation including asking money from the innocent people, doing wrong things, narcotics trafficking and assassination.


#5 Nirav Modi

#5 Nirav Modi

The new kid on the block, Modi’s duping of Punjab National Bank worth Rs 11,400 Crore is the hot word on everyone’s lips. Modi fled the country earlier this January and was last spotted in Davos alongside PM Narendra Modi.


#6 Tiger Hanif

#6 Tiger Hanif

Hanif’s “Wanted” status is a result of his involvement in a grenade invasion that took place in a crowded marketplace in Surat. The invasion held a schoolgirl in January 1993. He was also reportedly involved in planning a subsequent invasion that wounded 12 commuters in April. He initially fled to neighbouring country and ultimately to Britain where he was found working as a grocer.








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