London, Jan. 9 -- The judgment in the Nirav Modi extradition case will be delivered in the Westminster Magistrates Court on February 25, judge Samuel Goozee announced on Friday, at the end of a two-day hearing after defence teams made concluding arguments. Modi's lawyer Claire Montgomery objected to the extradition request and alleged a lack of a prima facie evidence to prove India's charge that he conspired to defraud the Punjab National Bank in Mumbai.

Modi's lawyers have also argued that he would not receive a fair trial in India or receive appropriate treatment for his mental ailments.

Helen Malcolm of the Crown Prosecution Service, who is representing India, said, "There is multiplicity of evidence" that Modi indulged in fraud while ...