India's Extradition Treaties

India's Extradition Treaties India signs bilateral extradition treaties to encompass a broader category of offences. It is the policy of the Government to sign extradition treaties with as many countries as possible. The Extradition Treaties/Arrangement concerned provide a legal framework for seeking extradition of persons of any nationality who are wanted in India for offences involving imprisonment of at least one year and vice-versa. The Treaty is aimed at suppressing crime including terrorism, by ensuring the availability of fugitive criminals for trial. Extradition Treaties have been entered into with the following 37 countries: Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bhutan, Bulgaria, Canada, Egypt, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia...
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