Hearing on petition towards extradition of Mallya in UK High Court today

by Jeremy Spirogis
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London: The UK High Court will hear on Tuesday the petition filed by liquor businessman Vijay Mallya towards handing himself over to India. India desires Mallya's extradition within the case of cash laundering of Rs 9,000 crore.

The Royal Court of Justice of London will hear an enchantment towards the extradition order of the Justice of the Peace court docket on Tuesday. <! –

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                 The order was signed by former UK Home Minister Sajid Javid in February final yr.

Mallya (64), the previous head of the defunct Kingfisher airline, has been out on bail since his arrest in April 2017 on an extradition warrant.

He had sought an enchantment towards the extradition order from the High Court. In July final yr, a two-member High Court bench dominated that there is perhaps some arguments on the prima facie case given by Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot. The bench consisted of Justice George Legat and Andrew Popwell.

Judge Legate stated that an important premise in that is that the senior district decide couldn’t conclude that the federal government had established a prima facie case towards Mallya.

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