Billionaire ordered deported from the UK

Vijay Mallya borrowed $1.4 Billion from Indian banks and took off to the UK. English appellate Judge ruled he had no intention to pay and ordered him extradited to India to face charges. Indian PM Modi was under pressure from opposition to extradite him and several others.


LONDON (Reuters) - Indian businessman Vijay Mallya lost an appeal in Britain’s High Court on Monday against a 2018 decision to extradite him to India to face fraud charges resulting from the collapse of his defunct company Kingfisher Airlines.

India wants to bring back Mallya, 64, whose business interests have ranged from aviation to liquor, over $1.4 billion in loans Kingfisher took out from Indian banks which the authorities argue he had no intention of repaying.

“The SDJ (senior district judge) was entitled to find that there was a prima facie case of fraud by false representation,” the judge said in their more than 23,000-word ruling.

Mallya, the co-owner of the Formula One motor racing team Force India which went into administration in 2018, was nicknamed “the King of Good Times” after the slogan of one of his premium beers and his hard-partying lifestyle.

His extradition would be a huge win for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has faced pressure from political opponents to bring to justice several people who have fled India in recent years to escape prosecution, many for loan defaults.

Mallya’s lawyer, Clare Montgomery, had argued that the 2018 extradition ruling by Judge Emma Arbuthnot had “multiple errors” because she did not take into account all the evidence about the financial status of Kingfisher Airlines.

In 2018, Arbuthnot rejected Mallya’s argument that the case was motivated by political considerations, that he would not receive a fair trial in India and that extradition would infringe his human rights.

In her judgement, Arbuthnot said that Indian banking officials might have been in “the thrall of this glamorous, flashy, famous, bejewelled, bodyguarded, ostensibly billionaire playboy who charmed and cajoled” them into ignoring their own rules and regulations.

Mallya may now be able to appeal to Britain’s Supreme Court if his legal team argue there is a matter of law that needs to be clarified.

So they also do that in their motherland not just Kenya?!

Angekuja kenia…

Force India was an exciting mid-table F1 team. It’s a shame the mofo got into financial difficulties.

He would probably have had 5 Bodyguards from RECCE , if he was in .ke, and be assured of Senior Government officials personally checking on him twice a week, or as needed .

Angeleta hiso mabillion huku,tunampea financial immunity

Indians are very good at fleeing.
Mombasa tycoon and suspected drug trafficker Ali Badruddin Punjani is still in India. He was supposed to come back to Kenya August 2019 to face charges.
He was part of Akasha network.

Corona banae

It was just a gimmick to tap into the Indian market


If I was a corrupt billionaire (as if there are clean ones) I’d have ten passports and a luxury home in every country with no extradition treaty, and I make sure I have informants at Interpol, Scotland Yard and the FBI. Hata MI6 na CIA if possible nitalipa swara for intel. Ikiumana I dust off one of my numerous passports and take a flight with my private jet. Wacha makarao wazunguke hii dunia na warrants fruitlessly na mimi najibamba on some tropical island nation sipping on a cocktail being waited on by exotic hookers.

India ni pesa huongea.

Sharks are everywhere. Every man for himself.

Mmesahau home grown chutes kama Kamlesh Pattni ya Goldenberg Scandal & Yagnesh Devani ya Triton Scandal.The latter is not known his whereabouts but i hear he resides in the UK ama interpol was compromised??Remember he was most wanted

UK is overpopulated with such miscreants! I looked at Rishi Sunak, Nishi Patel, and even the mayor of london! Too many of Sri-Lanka/India/Pakistan, just the way US is being overrun by Mexican/Latino! They are corrupt, right through their genetic makeup!!!

Movies are not reality. Kama CEO wa Nissan alipatikana after escaping from Japan. In today’s world utapatikana tu, question is if the country you are staying in is willing to extradite you.

I guess you would know.