Mallya rushes to SC to stop government from taking over his assets | India News


NEW DELHI: Holed up in British isles to escape the authorized method in India to recuperate Rs 9,000 crore he owes banks, erstwhile liquor baron Vijay Mallya on Friday pleaded with Supreme Courtroom to remain the Enforcement Directorate initiated proceedings to declare him a ‘fugitive financial offender’.

Mallya bought partial achievements as a bench of Main Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjay K Kaul, right after listening to his counsel Fali S Nariman, agreed to entertain his appeal versus a Bombay higher court docket get refusing him reduction but said “there will no remain on the proceedings”.

Mallya sought to attract the court’s notice to provisions of the Fugitive Financial Offenders Act, which permitted the government to confiscate his qualities even as they have by now been hooked up by the ED beneath the Avoidance of Dollars Laundering Act.

Nariman reported when homes attached less than PMLA were auctioned, debtors would have a declare on the income so raised. Nevertheless, below the FEO Act, debtors would have no declare over sale proceeds of the connected qualities as the whole money went to the government.

Hard the Bombay HC’s order declining a keep, Mallya’s petition mentioned, “Refusing to stay listening to of the software below Portion 4 of the FEO Act to declare the petitioner (Mallya) a fugitive economic offender and confiscate all his assets (which have been formerly connected less than the provisions of PMLA) has significant penalties for the petitioner.”

It included, “The two attachment orders have been confirmed by the adjudicating authority less than PMLA, towards which appeals (by Mallya) are now pending. The proceedings less than PMLA currently being prior in stage of time, no prejudice can be triggered to the ED or consortium of banking companies of any of the other collectors if the SC granted keep of proceedings before the specific court docket less than FEO Act.”

Mallya claimed that United Breweries (Holdings) Ltd on June 22 experienced moved an application, which was supported by him, prior to the Karnataka HC featuring to settle Rs 13,960 crore as a result of sale of identified assets of UBHL, Mallya and his spouse and children customers beneath the supervision of a retired HC judge and deposit the sale proceeds prior to determination of the share of collectors.



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