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India Failed to Provide Strong Evidence for Mallya’s Extradition: Lawyer

Vijay Mallya

By: Radhakrishna N S

The Indian government has failed to provide any substantial evidence to justify extraditing tycoon Vijay Mallya from Britain to face fraud charges, his lawyer told a London court on Wednesday (12). India wants to extradite 62-year-old Indian businessman from Britain to face criminal action relating to loans taken out by his defunct Kingfisher Airlines and Indian authorities want to recover about $1.4 billion they say Kingfisher owes. In her closing submission, Mallya’s lawyer Clare Montgomery told London’s Westminster magistrates court that India had failed to provide enough evidence to form a “prima facie” case against him necessary to warrant his…

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