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Old February 4th, 2019, 09:43 PM
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UK home secretary orders Vijay Mallya’s extradition, but liquor baron remains defiant


The Modi government has worked consistently to get defaulters back home to face the judicial music!

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LONDON: British home secretary Sajid Javid has signed the order for
fugitive Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya’s extradition back to India. Javid, who
took up his position in April 2018, signed the order for the extradition of
the indebted liquor baron on Sunday, eight weeks after chief magistrate
Emma Arbuthnot sent the case to him for a decision to be taken on
whether to order extradition.

A home office spokesperson said: “On 3 February, the Secretary of State,
having carefully considered all relevant matters, signed the order for Vijay
Mallya’s extradition to India. Vijay Mallya is accused in India of conspiracy
to defraud, making false representations and money laundering offences.”


The decision comes exactly two years after the Indian government first handed over the extradition request+ to the British high
commission in New Delhi in February 2017. The trial took place in December in that year.

Mallya now has 14 days to apply for leave to appeal in the high court. If there is no appeal, he must be extradited within 28 days
of the home secretary’s order. If the high court grants permission, it will go on to consider the appeal. Appeal is only possible

Mallya told TOI straight after the home office announcement on Monday that he would appeal. The 63-year-old appeared
upbeat and said: “The anticipated appeal process starts 14 days from now. I can now appeal the Westminster magistrate’s
order. I could not do so till the home secretary made a decision. After the court decision I said I would appeal and now I can.”

Notice of application for leave to appeal must be sought within 14 days of extradition being ordered by the home secretary. A
requested person, or a requesting state, can apply for leave to appeal to the
Supreme Court against the high court’s decision.

Javid had to make the decision within two months of the day the case was sent to him, otherwise Mallya could have applied to be discharged.

The home secretary anyway has to order extradition once a case is sent to him, unless it is prohibited by statute, which could
be a risk the person will face the death penalty in the requesting state, or another country is trying to extradite them or a risk
they will face different charges to the ones they were extradited for. It is understood that Mallya’s legal team spent the first four
weeks after the case was sent to Javid making representations about the latter point.

Commenting on the case, extradition barrister Toby Cadman from Guernica 37 Chambers in London, said: “There is a very high
threshold for overturning the decision of the lower court in ordering extradition. Mallya’s legal team will need to apply, first on

the papers, and if leave is refused, they can apply for an oral hearing. If the court refuses leave at the oral hearing stage, that is
effectively the end of the matter and extradition can promptly be carried out.
His legal team face a not insignificant hurdle and
unless they can establish that the chief magistrate should have decided a question differently, then the appeal is likely to fail.
However, the two counsel he has, Ben Watson and Clare Montgomery QC, are among the best in the country.”

Mallya is accused of fraud, money laundering and conspiracy to defraud in relation to loans now worth Rs 10,000 crore that he
took out from a consortium of state-owned Indian banks to prop up his failing Kingfisher Airlines.

Mallya has recently made an offer in the Karnataka high court to, with the court’s permission, repay all that he owes. He has
shown assets in excess of what the banks claim, namely of Rs 13,900 crore, and has offered a sale of them under judicial
supervision to repay all his creditors. Last week he fired off a series of tweets saying despite this there was no justice or fair
play. He tweeted: “Every morning I wake up to yet another attachment by the DRT recovery officer” and the banks are
“pursuing multiple frivolous litigations against me”.
Having successfully obtained a freeze order on Mallya’s worldwide assets up to the value of Rs 10,421 crore, a consortium of 13
Indian banks are now bringing bankruptcy proceedings against Mallya. A hearing regarding this is expected to take place in
the insolvency list in the London high court in the spring.

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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/a...w/67840258.cms
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The Modi government has worked consistently to get defaulters back home to face the judicial music
Then why did he allow Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi to run away from India when he could have captured them ?
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Then why did he allow Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi to run away from India when he could have captured them ?
One has to think why they ran away? Previously they remained and flourished in India.. there was no fear.
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Then why did he allow Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi to run away from India when he could have captured them ?
you could ask same question about Mallya and many others too... I reckon you cannot place someone on pre-emptive arrest assuming they are or have committed a crime.... in a civil society you have to be innocent until proven guilty!

It is a pain in the wrong place to get them back, that is true.
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you could ask same question about Mallya and many others too... I reckon you cannot place someone on pre-emptive arrest assuming they are or have committed a crime.... in a civil society you have to be innocent until proven guilty!

It is a pain in the wrong place to get them back, that is true.
Nirav Modi flourished under Congress rule. One director of Allahaband Bank questioned the loan being given to Nirav Modi. He was transferred by Chidambaram.

Nirav Modi got shit scared of being put in jail by Modi and so escaped when nobody was looking.

And yes, you are right - we cannot arrest just like that. ashdoc, look at all the defaulters now being fucked since Modi started being offensive.
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most probably he must be having videos of people in high positions in wrong positions with his calendar models.
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I wonder now if this will happen before the elections....
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