India Gets Mocked in Vijay Mallya Extradition Case at London Court After Hearing


India Gets Mocked in Vijay Mallya Extradition Case: UK court expressed surprise that India has not provided evidence to extradite Vijay Mallya to the country. While this is going on one side, The ‘wilful defaulter’ continues to deny the Indian government’s allegations against him. Besides, NDA government has been trying to clean the black money, corruption and Vijay Mallya is not being extradited to India.

Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot of Westminster Magistrates’ Court said, “Are Indians normally very prompt in their responses? They have taken six months so far and we haven’t got any further forward in the past 6 weeks.” Aaron Watkins, counsel representing India, admitted in the court he needs more time to provide further evidence to extradite Mallya, who is battling a slew of cases in India over his default case involving Rs 9,000 crore worth loans to a clutch of public sector banks.

India Gets Mocked in Vijay Mallya Extradition Case at London Court:

The 61-year-old liquor baron has been out on bail since his arrest in April in London. “You can keep dreaming about a billion pounds; you cannot prove anything without facts” he said to reporters after. He also added, “I have not eluded any court…I have enough evidence to prove my case.”

Jasvinder Nakhwal, partner at Peters and Peters Solicitors LLP and member of the UK’s Extradition Lawyers Association, “There might be a few more hearings in this case in the coming months to deal with case management or any issues that arise, before the final hearing takes place, at which the full arguments from both sides in this case will be heard by the Judge.”

Vijay Mallya tweeted that, “Intense hate campaign by Indian media against me knows no bounds. The GOI has filed a case which is before a U.K. court. Wait for verdict.” Vijay Mallya owes Indian banks as much as Rs 9,000 crore, fled India last year in March and has been living in Britain.

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