- After the slogan, Vijay Mallya said, “Now my mother has become a thief.
- On the question of extradition, Mallya said: Preparation of next hearing is going on, which will be in July
- Rs 9,000 crore loan from Indian banks on Mallya, ran to London in March 2016
London. Runaway Vijay Mallya reached London oval ground to watch India-Australia match on Sunday. As soon as the match ended, the crowd surrounded him and slapped the thief and thief. During this period, Mallya’s mother Lalita was also with her. The crowd shouted slogans for returning the money to the banks. Mallya said to the media, ‘I just came to watch the match. I want to ensure that the mother does not suffer any harm. ‘
Mallya also reached Oval in September last year to watch a Test match between India and England. Then some supporters of Team India saw slogans ‘thieves and thieves’ after seeing him. Mallya also wanted to meet the Indian team on the tour to England, but then the government did not allow it. During the Champions Trophy in 2017, Mallya also reached the stadium to watch India’s match, even during that time he had to face hooting.
Mallya, told the media on Sunday, “My mother has now started thinking of me as a thief.” On the question of extradition, he said, “The preparations for the next hearing are going on, which will be in July.” In the Indian Premier League (IPL), Mallya was the owner of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team. Now his son Siddharth Mallya takes over this responsibility. Mallya is accused of breach of fraud, money laundering, FEMA.
Indian banks have over Rs 9,000 crore on Mallya
Indian banks have a debt of 9,000 crores outstanding on MALLYA. His Kingfisher Airlines took loan from banks. Mallya fled to London in March 2016. The Special Court of Mumbai (PMLA) has declared him a fugitive. Enforcement Directorate has attached its assets abroad. Mallya’s extradition case is going on in Westminster Court of London.