Vijay Mallya delays extradition proceedings from England’s secret hearings: center-secret-proceedings-in-uk-delaying-vijay mallya-s-extradition-center-tells-supreme-court

New Delhi: The extradition process of liquor king Vijay Mallya has been delayed again due to a newly opened secret trial in England, the central government told the Supreme Court on Monday. The Supreme Court postponed the hearing to November 2.

The central government has told the court that although the extradition process has been completed after the Supreme Court of England rejected Vijay Mallya’s plea, we do not know the exact nature of the proceedings.

Once the extradition process is complete, another secret process has begun. However, the Government of England has not given us any indication. Neither the government of India has been considered as part of that inquiry. “The green signal for the extradition of Vijay Mallya in the UK’s highest court is not due to a new trial,” Rajat Nair, a lawyer for the Center, told a bench headed by Justice U Lalit.

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Mallya’s counsel Ankur Saigal was questioned by the court on the nature of the new trial. “I have not received any notice from the Mallya side,” Siegel said. The bench, comprising Justice Ashok Bhushan, objected to Siegel’s response.

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As a Mallya consultant, you should know everything. The court was criticized for saying you cannot know. On November 2, the Supreme Court has advised Mallya’s lawyers to give a clear response on the nature of the new trial, which has begun in England, when the trial will conclude and when Mallya will appear before the Supreme Court.


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