Fearing Imminent Extradition, Vijay Mallya Goes On A Twitter Rampage Accusing NDA Government Of Being Cold-hearted Towards Him

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The former Kingfisher boss, who fled the country after defaulting Indian banks to a tune of over Rs 9000 crore, took to the social media website on Tuesday to make a plea that he wishes to return the money he owes in a fair manner

Written By Narayan R | Mumbai | Updated On:

With his extradition process to India getting closer than ever, absconding economic fugitive Vijay Mallya has gone on a Twitter rampage alleging unfair treatment by Indian agencies and the present government towards him and his company, citing the example of Jet Airways.

The former Kingfisher boss, who fled the country after defaulting Indian banks to a tune of over Rs 9000 crore, took to the social media website on Tuesday to make a plea that he wishes to return the money he owes in a fair manner.

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This comes just over a month after he requested the Indian banks to take money from him, and plead from the agencies to drop cases which were against him. He was purportedly responding to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address in the parliament, wherein he said that his government is making all the efforts to bring back those who have run away with money.

 

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