Have enough evidence to prove my innocence: Vijay Mallya

Have enough evidence to prove my innocence: Vijay Mallya

Have enough evidence to prove my innocence: Vijay Mallya

NEW DELHI: Abscuing Delinquent Loan Vijay Mallya Tuesday remained defiant and dismissed all charges against him falsely upon his arrival in a London court for an extradition hearing.

“I deny all the accusations against me. I have not lost on the court, I do not have enough evidence to prove that I am not guilty,” Mallya told reporters outside the Westminster Magistrates Court in London.

The former chief of Kingfisher Airlines, 61, sought in connection with a mortgage loan of Rs 9 billion rupees cases, appeared for his extradition cases because of a formal request made by India on February 8 this year.

Tuesday’s hearing was called “case handling hearing” in which the judge set a timetable to hear arguments against and against Mallya’s extradition. The court agreed to the Baron liquor release until December 4 and sets July 6 for the next hearing date for the case.

After leaving the court, Mallya said that it was her legal obligation to be there and that she would submit her request to the competent body. When asked about the “billion pounds” (roughly Rs 9 billion rupees), who was accused of outbreak, replied the businessman, “You can continue to dream about billion pounds do not know the facts, not Ask irrelevant questions. ”

Mallya has been in the United Kingdom since March 2016 and was arrested by Scotland Yard in an extradition order on 18 April. He was released on bail after providing promptly worth £ 650,000 and guarantying the court to respect all the conditions associated with the extradition procedure, such as handing over his passport and banning possession of travel documents.

A first hearing date for case management on May 17 has been postponed to June 13
The UK Department of Public Prosecution (SPC) will bring the case before the courts on behalf of the Indian authorities. A CBI official was also invited from Delhi for the hearing.

Mallya’s advocacy team is run by Joseph Hague Aaronson LLP. Clare Montgomery, a specialist in criminal law, regulations and fraud, was asked to testify in court on his behalf.

India and the United Kingdom have an extradition treaty, signed in 1992, but so far only an extradition were carried out as part of the provision – Samirbhai Vinubhai Patel, who was sent to India October to be tried in the context of Their participation in the post-Godhra riots of 2002