Fugitive liquor businessman Vijay Mallya has claimed that his assets worth Rs 13,000 crore have been confiscated in India by government agencies. While the same agencies have alleged that they have not repaid nine thousand crore rupees to the banks and he (Mallya) has run away. Mallya has raised the question as to why he is now being held as a fugitive despite being overpaid. Where is justice now?
Mallya living in Britain has said this by tweeting many simultaneously. Mallya has challenged the British court order to extradite India. Said, when government agencies have seized more than the money owed to him. Then why is public money being spent shamelessly on lawyers.
Mallya said, he gets information about the new seizure by the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) when he wakes up every morning. The property that has been seized so far is worth more than Rs 13 thousand crore. While the dues including interest of the banks is nine thousand crores rupees.
Mallya has questioned whether it is still appropriate to prosecute him? If the government agencies claim to run away with nine thousand crore rupees is also considered correct, then after the seizure of 13 thousand crores of DRT, where are the public sector banks now at a loss? Now why are these banks and Indian agencies spending public money to pay lawyers fees?