Nandanee Soornack has been advised to return to the country by her lawyer. The police, though, does not think that she will follow his instructions. Extradition from Italy is not an option either. How to make her return remains the dilemma of the Mauritian investigators.
Nandanee Soornack is allegedly still in Italy, in the city of Parma, probably enjoying pasta and lasagna, oblivious of the woes of her friend, Navin Ramgoolam. It does not seem that she will return to the country any time soon anyway.
Even if her lawyer, Yatin Varma, allegedly advised her to return to Mauritius, hoping that she will follow his recommendations, the CCID is sceptical as to her paying heed.
According to l’Express, a high-ranking police officer affirmed that he does not think that Nandanee Soornack will fly back to paradise island voluntarily. Why would she, anyway, when mostly trouble is keenly awaiting her return?
Ultimately, the Mauritian authorities might seek the assistance of Interpol to help bring her back. This might not be as easy though. It will not be possible for her to be extradited to the island since no such agreement exists between the two countries. Furthermore, she has not committed any crime in Italy. However, she can be interrogated concerning the police case.
The CCID suspects that Nandanee Soornack has transferred Rs 800 million to a foreign account on the 11th of December 2014, just after the general elections. As a consequence, she is to be arrested upon arrival in Mauritius. She will have to provide justifications for the 12 suitcases she travelled with to Italy.