In the UK, decided to send Malia to IndiaFebruary 5, 2019
British Home Secretary Javid Sajid decided to extradite Indian businessman Vijay Malia, the former co-owner of Force India, who is accused of major economic crimes in his homeland.
On Monday, the head of the British Ministry of Internal Affairs issued a formal order for the expulsion of Malia, who owns millions of pounds in real estate only in the United Kingdom and at least two luxury yachts.
Malia has already declared that he will protest this decision.
“After the decision of the Westminster court, adopted on December 10, 2018, I announced my intention to protest,” he recalled on his Twitter page. “But I could not initiate an appeal process until the decision of the Minister of the Interior. Now I will begin this process. ”
Although Malia denies all accusations against him, last summer he made an offer to the Indian authorities to pay all the debts. However, the British court considered that the businessman had submitted deliberately false information about how the loans obtained in Indian banks were used, so in December a decision was made about his extradition, about which the Minister of Internal Affairs was informed.
The trial against Vijay Malia was initiated at the request of the Indian side, since he has debts in his homeland, approaching a billion pounds, related to the airline Kingfisher, which went bankrupt in 2012. Since 2016, the entrepreneur resides in the UK, not being able to leave the territory of the United Kingdom.
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