PM Modi gets Mallya and reminds us of “Na Khaunga Na Khane dunga”! UK Court orders extradition of liquor baron Vijay Mallya

In a big diplomatic win for India, UK Court has ordered Vijay Mallya’s extradition to India. The 62-year-old former boss of Kingfisher Airlines has been on bail since his arrest on an extradition warrant in April last year. He has contested that the extradition case against him is “politically motivated” and the loans he has been accused of defrauding on were sought to keep his now-defunct airline afloat.

The liquid baron was in state of shock after Modi Government has extradited Augusta Westland Scam Middleman Christian Michel and was already fearing he would be the next one.Even he requested Indian Government that he is ready to pay back the 100 % loan he has taken and pleaded to please take it back from him.

The worst fear of Mallya has come true. Vijay Mallya can’t escape from PM Modi Government and law now. He has to pay for his deeds of looting the nation

PM Modi Government efforts and CBI  hardwork has once again brought the offendor back to the nation.  “We hope to bring him soon and conclude the case. CBI has its own inherent strengths. We worked hard on this case. We are strong on Law and facts and we were confident while pursuing the extradition process” said  CBI

It is a big blow to Congress party  & opposition which was attacking PM Modi Government and blaming him for letting the baron Vijay Mallya run from India. When in reality they are actually responsible for the NPA mess in the country

What the Congress has to say on this now? Did they get answer of why PM Modi make frequent foreign visits?. Not like them to receive kickbacks. But to bring offenders back, to develop India. PM Modi has proved that he stands on his words “NA KHAUNGA, NA KHANE DUNGA”. It is a positive sign and indication that very soon Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi will also be dragged and brought back to India! No scamster can escape from PM Modi’s sight.

 Order copy for the extradition of Vijay Mallya by the UK Court


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