Liquor baron Vijay Mallya , facing charges of fraud and money laundering, appeared in the Royal Court of Justice here on Tuesday against the extradition order to India and his lawyers claimed that the magistrate court order contained many errors. The former Chief of Kingfisher Airlines escaped from the media persons near the court and went inside with his lawyer. When he was questioned, he said, "I have come here just to listen."
He has been out on bail since his arrest in April 2017 over an extradition warrant. Mallya's barrister from the High Court of Justice Stephen Irwin and Justice Elizabeth Leng said that the judgment delivered in December 2018 in favor of extradition by Chief Magistrate Emma Arbaughnaut is flawed and he accepted the acceptance of the statements of some witnesses presented by the Indian government Also raised the question.
Mallya's lawyer Claire Montgomery, in his arguments, tried to establish that he had no intention of cheating when Mallya asked for some debt for his (now closed) Kingfisher Airlines because he was an overnight escapee Was not a very rich person and he was not doing any business like a Ponzi scheme but was running a prestigious airline which If the victim of the economic misfortunes with Indian airlines.