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Submissions in court will be self evident, says Vijay Mallya on extradition case


Submissions in court will be self evident, says Vijay Mallya on extradition case

London (England), Dec 04 (ANI): Liquor baron Vijay Mallya arrived in Westminster Magistrates' Court for his extradition hearing on Monday. While the hearing was still about to begin, a fire alarm went off and the court had to be evacuated.

While Mallya evaded media questions, he just said, "I have nothing to say;the submissions in court will be self evident. I am not a decision maker.

I follow the proceedings. They are all public proceedings." Over the next ten days, the chief magistrate at Westminster Magistrate's Court, Emma Arbuthnot, will hear the case.

Mallya is wanted in India for financial irregularities involving a sum of Rs 9,000 crore and money laundering cases. One of the main arguments of the defense is that he fears for his life in India.

Mallya is out on a 650,000-pound bail bond following his arrest by Scotland Yard over fraud and money laundering charges.

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