Vijay Mallya slam CBI, media, demands proof for charges imposed against him

The ex-liquor tycoon, who fled away from India without paying his loans, has dragged the Indian media too and asked them the same question.

India’s one of the biggest loan defaulters and fugitive, Vijaya Mallya, has played the ‘victim card’ again and targeted the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI) for the charges imposed on him.

Vijay Mallya, through his twitter account, has attacked both the central agencies for imposing forgery charges on him. The ex-liquor tycoon, who fled away from India without paying his loans, has dragged the Indian media too and asked them the same question.

He wrote,”Before slamming me ask CBI and SEBI some tough questions on what proof or evidence they have to allege fraud.”

No only this but, in his recent tweets, he also slammed the entire Indian media fraternity of accusing him and calling him a looter without a solid evidence.

“Loot”…”Gate” etc etc…such innovative headlines to describe me without Judicial determination ?? Fair and unbiased reporting ??,” he tweeted.

He asserted that he already had been interrogated by the CBI and had submitted all legal documents explaining that there was no misuse of the allocated funds.

Stating that the King Fisher Airlines being the largest domestic Airline was the worst hit, he added, “Government bailed out Air India but did not bail out KFA. So much for “favours.”

SEBI had previously barred Vijay Mallya from the stock market for diverting about Rs 1,881 crores from United Spirits (USL) to various other entities within the UB Group, including now grounded Kingfisher Airlines (KFA), in a forged manner.

Along with Mallya, SEBI also barred another six people including Ashok Capoor and V.K. Rekhi, both former MDs of USL from the market. Capoor has also been barred from the directorship of any listed company.

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