The HEAD of the Bali Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights together with the Bali High Prosecutor's Office, carried out an extradition effort against an Indian citizen, Vinay Mittal, 31, who is suspected of committing the crime of breaking into bank accounts in his country of more than Rp.4.12 trillion.
The head of the Bali Ministry of Law and Human Rights Regional Office, Maryoto Sumadi in Denpasar, Thursday (20/9), confirmed that Vinay Mittal was extradited after the Indonesian President granted the Indian Government's request in accordance with Decree No. 14 of 2018 dated June 4, 2018. "We have handed over Vinay Mittal to the Indian government and has been extradited using a Garuda Indonesia plane at 15:40 WITA," he said.
The extradition effort from Bali to the Indian government was witnessed by officials from the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Indonesian Attorney General's Office, and Interpol. Meanwhile, Kajati Bali Amir Yanto confirmed that Vinay Mittal had been in detention for 610 days in Denpasar Class IIA Kerobokan Prison, from January 18, 2017 to September 20, 2018. 12 trillion more," he said. According to him, Vinay Mittal was arrested by the Bali Regional Police on January 18, 2017 and then thrown into the Kerobokan Prison on May 9, 2017, after being a fugitive from the Indian government in connection with his case. Before being handed over to the Indian government, the Head of the Kerobokan Prison, Tonny Nainggolan, handed over Vinay Mittal to the Bali High Prosecutor's Office, then handed it over to the Bali Ministry of Law and Human Rights Regional Office as the representative of the Indonesian Government, which was then accepted by the Indian Government.