India asks UK not to consider asylum to Vijay Mallya – Times of India: NEW DELHI: India has urged the UK to not think about asylum to Vijay Mallya if requested by him and has been in contact with the British authorities for early extradition of the fugitive businessman.
India asks UK not to consider asylum to Vijay Mallya – Times of India
Vijay Mallya (File picture)
“We have now been in contact with the UK authorities for early extradition of Vijay Mallya. We have now additionally requested the UK facet to not think about his asylum if requested by him,” exterior affairs ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava stated at a digital media briefing.
Britain had stated earlier this month that there’s a additional authorized subject that must be resolved earlier than Mallya’s extradition could be organized.
The federal government has been in contact with the UK for extraditing the fugitive businessman, who was refused permission in Might to enchantment to UK’s highest courtroom towards a ruling to extradite him to face prices of defrauding a consortium of Indian banks of greater than Rs 11,000 crore.
Mallya faces prices of defrauding banks regarding the collapse of Kingfisher Airways in 2012.