The central government has told the Supreme Court that the order to extradite fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya was given by the British Supreme Court, but it is not being implemented. There are several confidential activities going on in Britain in this case, the information of which has not been given to India either.
The central government has informed the Supreme Court about the fugitive liquor traders Victory Wreath Britain’s extradition order has been issued by the Supreme Court, but it is not being implemented. There are several confidential activities going on in Britain in this case, the information of which has not been given to India either. The matter came to light during the hearing of the contempt case against Mallya (Vijay Mallya) in the Supreme Court on Monday.
In fact, the apex court had asked Malaya’s lawyer in the contempt case when Malaya could appear in the case. Where has the extradition case reached in London? The court also wanted to know what was happening in the case and what was the impediment to extradition
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The Foreign Office told the court that the UK’s Supreme Court had ordered the extradition, but it was not taking effect. Some “secret” steps are being taken, of which the Indian government has not been made aware. No information has been given to the Indian government, nor has it been made a party. The Supreme Court will now hear the matter on November 2.
The apex court had earlier directed fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya to appear in person before 2pm on October 5. The apex court had in October directed the home ministry to facilitate Malaya’s appearance in court. Was released.
In the contempt order, the bench said that on February 25, 2016, সাড়ে 40 million was credited to Mallya’s account as part of a সাড়ে 7.5 million payment. He transferred this amount to another place in a few days on 26 February and 29 February 2016. Despite repeated court orders, Malia did not disclose her assets. He did not provide any information on how he got out of the পরে 40 million account. Malia argued that as per the directions of the apex court, he would disclose his assets by March 31, 2011 and no order of the court had been violated.
Vijay is accused of not paying more than Tk 9,000 crore from the bank for Kingfisher Airlines, which was shut down in Malaya. He is currently living in Britain, whose government is trying to extradite him.