"I have nothing to say as the court proceedings are on and I deny all allegations that have been made and I will continue to deny them," Mallya said before appearing in a London court in connection with the extradition proceedings sought to be launched by the Indian government.
Mallya, who owes as much as Rs 9,000 crore to a consortium of Indian banks, fled to Britain in March last year. India is seeking his extradition for which the procedure has already begun and a team of the Enforcement Directorate and Central Bureau of Investigation is chalking out the process.
When a questioner noted that he has been in Britain for the last 15 months and was eluding courts in India, he said: "I have not eluded any court. It is my lawful duty to be here and I am here (London court)."
Asked what he expected would happen in the court, the chairman of the now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines said: "I have no expectations and you can hear what the court says."
Mallya also said he had "enough evidence" to fight the case, but parried a question whether he fears that a trial in India would be unfair to him.
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