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Naval leak accused appeals

Ravi Shankaran, one of the main Naval War Room leak accused, has filed an appeal in Britain against his extradition to India to face trial.

delhi Updated: Jun 05, 2013 01:40 IST
New Delhi:

Ravi Shankaran, one of the main Naval War Room leak accused, has filed an appeal in Britain against his extradition to India to face trial.

UK home secretary Theresa May had signed the official orders for his extradition to India to answer the Central Bureau of Investigation’s case on May 22, giving him 14 days to appeal against the order.

Shankaran, 49, a relative of former navy chief admiral Arun Prakash, has been embroiled in a legal challenge against the CBI’s extradition request to the UK.