India asks Britain to deport tycoon Vijay Mallya ALLEGATIONS: Vijay Mallya
Eastern Eye Staff
India’s foreign ministry said on Thursday (April 28) it has asked Britain to deport the embattled former airline boss Vijay Mallya, who faces a money laundering investigation. Mallya, a part-owner of the Force India Formula 1 team who used to run a liquor empire, left India on March 2 owing more than $1 billion and is believed to be in Britain. Last week India revoked his passport, after he repeatedly failed to appear before investigators looking into financial irregularities at Kingfisher Airlines, which ceased operating in 2012 leaving millions of dollars in unpaid bills. “As of today, the ministry has…
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