India showed “deep satisfaction”  over a court judgement of UK which directed Vijay Mallya’s repatriation after finishing that the “flashy billionaire ” does have a case to reply in the Indian courts over sizeable “misrepresentations” of his economic dealings.

Chief Magistrate of the Westminster Magistrates  Court in London, Judge Emma Arbuthnot directed Vijay Mallya’s repatriation, in a vital boost to the efforts of India to get return  62 -year old former Kingfisher Airlines boss, wanted for fugitive fraud, as well as money laundering accusations amounting to Rs 9000 crores.

External Affairs Ministry Representative Raveesh Kumar said India will continue the ties with the British government for “expeditious” application of the court order. Mr Kumar said, “We express our deep satisfaction at the judgement and note that justice has been delivered today. We thank the UK authorities for their help in this matter ”.

He added, “We will continue to work with the UK Government for expeditious implementation of today’s court order and early extradition of Mallya to India ”. Proclaiming the verdict at Westminster Magistrates’ Court , Judge Arbuthnot said there is a prima facie case against Vijay Mallya and that she is pleased that his rights would not be breached in Barrack 12 of Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai, where he will be captured in Barrack 12 of Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai, where he will be captured. The court made as a specific recommendation to specific medical potential being given to him.

The court also disbanded the attempts of the defence departments to push the prison system of India as a bar to his extradition on the grounds of human rights, claiming the video of the Barrack 12 of Arthur Road Jail of Mumbai where Vijay Mallya would be taken, “ gives accurate portrayal and has been recently redecorated”.

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