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Vijay Mallya arrested in London, could be heading to India soon

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This flamboyant businessman is wanted in India for defaulting on loan worth Rs.9000 crore related to Kingfisher Airlines.

Former employees of King Fisher Airlines reported to have said that they are glad to see Vijay Mallya arrested.

Vijay Mallya arrested in London, could be heading to India soon

LONDON: Industrialist Vijay Mallya, who has been declared a proclaimed offender, was arrested today in the UK by Scotland Yard on India's request for his extradition.

Mallya, 61, will be appearing in Westminster Magistrates' Court in London later today.

India had given a formal extradition request for Mallya as per the Extradition Treaty between India and the UK through a note verbale on February 8.

While handing over the request, India had asserted that it has a "legitimate" case against Mallya and maintained that if an extradition request is honoured, it would show British "sensitivity towards our concerns".

Last month, setting in motion the process of extradition of Mallya, the British government had certified India's request and sent it to a district judge for further action.

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another drama started....medias got hot topic....இதுவும் கடந்து போகும்....

India goes after this proclaimed offender..

His arrest may prove a victory for the Indian Government, but a short lived one.

It is reported that three hours after his arrest at London, he was granted conditional bail and thus he proved that he is not an easy catch.

It is expected to be a long legal battle between the billionaire and the lenders (Banks).

Here’s an account of each time ‘King of Good Times’ Vijay Mallya played the victim card

He even blamed the media for ‘molding’ public opinion and ‘inflaming’ the government to a very large extent.



Employees of KFA too, bore the brunt. At 1.30 pm on October 5, 2012, the wife of a former Kingfisher Airlines employee committed suicide. The 45-year old Sushmita Chakraborty, wrote in her suicide note that her husband had not been paid by the company for five months and the acute financial crisis in the family led her to end her life.

This was followed by massive protests by employees of the airlines.

The liquor baron’s one-line reply conveyed his apathy. “I don’t have money to pay your salaries,” he had said sometime in March 2016.

Not so surprisingly, at the time, the willful defaulter was seen partying in a luxurious yacht and also attending the Caribbean Premier League.

After his stint with showing apathy, Mallya switched to blaming others, which included Pratt & Whitney Engines.

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