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After the arrest of Indian fugitive Mehul Choksi on the Caribbean island of Dominica, his family played a massive part in manipulating media. There have been attempts to confuse the entire investigations by spreading rumours around through specific news outflow.

Associates Times have been showing truth and have always been honest about opinions. Being one of the leading news outlets in the Caribbean

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region, we have provided non-biased and accurate information.

Similarly, in the Mehul Choksi case, Associates Times have been doing thorough diggings to take out the truth. All sources are cross-examined before publishing anything out on the web.

Recently, a notice has surfaced on Associates Times’ name from Mehul Choksi’s brother Chetan Bhai Choksi. Mehul Choksi’s family is making attempts to threaten the non-biased media groups. Possibly, they are endeavouring to frighten and suppress the media-houses that cannot be purchased to expand their propagative stories.

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Associates Times had divulged the story revealing the alleged meeting between Chetan Choksi and Lennox Linton
(Leader of Opposition of Dominica). Not only that, Associates Times was among the first ones to reveal the encounter between Chetan Choksi and Lennox Linton on June 2 at the High Court of Justice Dominica.

Our Media organisation have a record of providing accurate and factual information. Associates Times were also among the very few news outlets to reveal that the Indian fugitive- Mehul Choksi had gone missing from Antigua and Barbuda on May 23, 2021. Our correspondents have utilised all their sources to bring out the actual information related to the Mehul Choksi case.

The media plays a vital role in manipulating the investigations related to the Mehul Choksi case; there are also speculations that his family bought off some media groups in India that are trying to mould the facts to make the entire escape look like an abduction.

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