Are Indians prompt in their response? UK judge on India’s delayed proof in Mallya case

mallyaMany in India are hoping that liquor baron Vijay Mallya would be extradited from the United Kingdom soon. While many claimed his brief arrest in the month of April as a major diplomatic victory for India, the fact of the matter is that the process from the Indian side has been delayed.

Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot at Westminster magistrates’ court noted that there were delays in the evidence arriving from the government of India. This observation was made after Aaron Watkins representing India said that the Crown Prosecution Service needed 4 weeks times to receive the rest of the evidence India and also to review it.


Author: Vicky Nanjappa

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