Reportedly, the UK Secretary State has finally conveyed India that Vijay Mallya, who has been accused for default of loans over 9000 Crores would be deported in response to India’s request.
The request got certified on 21st February and sent to the Westminster Magistrates’ Court for a district judge to consider the issue of releasing of warrant.
Mr. Baglay, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) noted that a formal extradition request in respect of Mallya as per the Extradition Treaty between India and the U.K. was handed over to the British High Commission here through a not on February 8. India portrayed that they had a “legitimate” case against the Kingfisher owner and if UK showed a positive response, it would clarify their concern over the issue.
In January last, a CBI court issued a non-bailable warrant against Mallya in the Rs. 720 Crore IDBI Bank loan default case.
Mallya disappeared from the country on March 2, 2016.