Mallya Says He Has Enough Evidence To Prove His Case
London: Business tycoon who is wanted in India on loan defaults to various banks on Tuesday claimed that he has enough evidence to prove his case. Meanwhile, the Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London extended bail to the former chief of defunct Kingfisher Airlines until December 4.
The next hearing in the extradition case will be held on July 6, said the court.
“I have not eluded any court…I have enough evidence to prove my case,” Mallya told reporters outside the court.
Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) will be arguing on behlf of the Indian authorities, when the extradition case comes up for hearing at Westminster Magistrate’s Court.
The CPS had met a joint team of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials in London last month to thrash out details of the case.
“Our aim is to build a strong, infallible case and these meetings will help resolve issues across the table. The CPS will be arguing based on documents provided by CBI and ED, therefore a joint team is here to address queries they may have,” official sources had said after the meeting held in early May.