London’s Westminster Magistrates Court docket ordered the extradition of Vijay Mallya to India, Reuters reported.
JUST IN: London courtroom laws Indian multi-millionaire Vijay Mallya will have to be extradited from Britain to India pic.twitter.com/Dn1ncCPJTS
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The subject of extradition has been referred to the United Kingdom House Place of work for House Secretary Sajid Javid to go an order in keeping with that verdict. Either side could have the proper to report for a permission to attraction within the Leader Justice of the Peace’s ruling in the United Kingdom Prime Court docket.
Mallya is sought after in India on alleged fraud and cash laundering fees amounting to an estimated Rs nine,000 crores.
On Monday, Mallya sought to disprove the narrative that he has “stolen” cash and stated his be offering to pay off the fundamental quantity to the Indian banks used to be “now not bogus”.
Mallya made the remarks whilst speaking to journalists outdoor the Westminster Magistrates’ Court docket earlier than the courtroom delivered its verdict.
The 62-year-old former Kingfisher Airways boss has been on bail since his arrest on an extradition warrant in April 2017.
(With inputs from PTI)