Spell in custody, will help Mallya cut down on alcohol, says UK court: Read full order here

London, Dec 10: A court in the UK today ordered that Vijay Mallya will be extradited. The court said in its verdict that it is not of the opinion that courts in India are there to do what politicians tell them to do.

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Mallya ordered to be extradited: How long before he is in India

New Delhi, Dec 10: The Westminster Magistrate’s court has delivered its verdict and has said that Vijay Mallya will be extradited. While there is ample reason to rejoice, there are still a few more legal remedies available for Mallya, which could delay the extradition a bit.

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Bringing Mallya back: Here is what India will argue in the UK

img_0827A team of the Central Bureau of Investigation will visit the United Kingdom soon where the extradition proceedings of Liquor baron and former Kingfisher boss Vijay Mallya will be held from May 17 onwards. On Tuesday, Mallya was arrested by the Scotland Yard police, but was granted bail a few hours later.

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Safe in UK, don’t want to be at the mercy of a ‘maverick’: Vijay Mallya

vijay-mallya_4“I have become a political football,” said liquor baron Vijay Mallya whose extradition from the United Kingdom, India has sought. Mallya said that the election rhetoric by the two major Indian parties is evident that he has become a ‘political football’.
“Let them come with whatever evidence they have. I doubt they have any. If they have evidence then law take its own course. I am safe under the UK law unless proven otherwise. Would want be safe than sorry,” he also said while adding that he did not want to be at the mercy of some maverick, according to ANI.

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