The owner of Kingfisher Airlines, Vijay Mallya to be deported to India soon.
On Wednesday, the top sources of government said that the teams of CBI and ED have started to work on the process of bringing back Vijay Mallya to India. The government has already started the legal process to bring him back.
The major barrier got removed on May 14, when Vinay Mallya lost his appeal in the UK top court.
The CBI source has reported that once Mallya is deported to India, they will be taking his custody, as they were the first agency to file against him.
The government needs to bring him back in 28 days, and it’s already been 20 days since his plea got rejected in the UK court.
Mallya, formerly a parliamentarian and founded, now perished Kingfisher Airlines, faces the charges of fraud and money laundering of Rs 9000 Crore, left India in 2016 under personal reasons.
He is the one who has frauded around 17 Indian banks, and about 40 companies abroad. A charge sheet was filed against Mallya by CBI on 24 January 2017. This was followed by a request for extradition on 31 January 2017. On the basis of the request, Mallya was arrested by the authorities of the UK on 20 April.