London, Sep 8 : Fugitive Vijay Mallya,accused of defrauding Indian banks worth Rs 9000 crore,said that judge will decide when he will return to India but UK minister Graham Stuart made it clear that his country will support India in every possible manner regarding the extradition of Mallya.
Stuart said “Britain have one of the most respected legal systems in the world and due process will be followed and anybody will be persisted to that,but it’s not a heaven for those who break the law. We don’t comment on individual cases.
“We’ve close cooperation with India. Due process will always go ahead & it will be ensured that justice is done: UK Minister,”Graham Stuart said.
liquor baron Vijay Mallya was caught attending the Day One of the fifth Test between England and India.When a mediaperson asked him when will he return to India, Mallya said, “That’s for the judge to decide. Enough is enough. You stand there, I stand here. How long would you like to stand? I am not giving any media interview at a cricket game.”
On September 3, a Mumbai Special Court granted three weeks time to the liquor baron to file his reply on the Enforcement Directorate’s application seeking to declare him a fugitive economic offender under the new law.