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Vijay Mallya loses UK High Court appeal in extradition case …



Vijay Mallya Loses Excessive Court docket Attraction Towards Extradition, Over To UK Authorities

A UK court docket on April 20 dismissed fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya’s extradition plea. Enterprise tycoon Vijay Mallya misplaced his attraction in London towards a 2018 determination to extradite him to India. He’s wished in India beneath prices of economic fraud price round Rs 9,000 crore in borrowings by his Kingfisher Airways (KFA) from a number of Indian banks. The case adopted the collapse of his defunct Kingfisher Airways.

The case will now go to residence secretary Priti Patel for a ultimate determination on his extradition. Justices Irwin and Elisabeth Laing handed down their verdict by e-mail.

Of their 46-page judgment, Justice Irwin and Justice Laing mentioned, “We think about that whereas the scope of the prima facie case discovered by the SDJ [Senior District Judge] is in some respects wider than that alleged by the Respondent in India [Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate (ED)], there’s a prima facie case which, in seven vital respects, coincides with the allegations in India.”

The 64-year-old was arrested in London on India’s request for extradition and was granted bail shortly after. He was once more arrested in London in October that very same 12 months, following an Enforcement Directorate (ED) affidavit.

It was in December 2018 {that a} UK court docket ordered the extradition of Vijay Mallya. This was adopted by a particular PMLA court docket in India declaring Vijay Mallya a fugitive financial offender.

As reported by sources to NDTV, Vijay Mallya can attraction towards the Excessive Court docket order within the Supreme Court docket inside 14 days, failing which India will begin the extradition course of.

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