Vijay Malia to be sentenced on January 18

Vijay Malia to be sentenced on January 18

After 4 years of waiting, the Supreme Court has decided to convict Vijay Malia in a contempt of court case.
Vijay Malia to be sentenced on January 18

Fugitive businessman Vijay Malia’s troubles are about to increase. The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it wanted to continue the contempt of court case against fugitive businessman Vijay Malia. The Supreme Court has fixed January 18, 2022 for sentencing in this case. The Supreme Court said that the contempt of court case against Vijay Malia has to be disposed of at some stage and this process should end soon. According to the judgment delivered on July 14, 2017, Vijay Mallya was found guilty of contempt for non-payment of Rs 9,000 crore dues to banks despite repeated instructions. Thus, Malia’s sentence has been pending for the last four years. The Supreme Court said that it could not wait any longer and in the case in which Vijay Malia has been found guilty, the sentence will be pronounced on January 18, 2022.

The central government, on the other hand, updated the Supreme Court on the issue of his extradition, saying that the matter had reached its final stage, and that the matter was stuck due to some “secret procedure” of the British government. The government has said that all options for Vijay Malia’s appeal in the UK have been exhausted and he will be brought to India soon.

Let me tell you that Vijay Malia is accused in a bank loan case of more than Rs 9,000 crore related to his failed Kingfisher Airlines. The apex court had earlier rejected Vijay Malia’s review petition seeking reconsideration of the court’s 2017 judgment. In this case, the court found him guilty of contempt of court for transferring 40 40 million to his name in violation of court orders. Vijay Malia has been in the UK since March 2016. He is currently out on bail in a extradition case from Scotland Yard police.

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