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A liquor baron Vijay Mallya on Friday to ANI said "It is for the judge to decide", after being asked regarding when he will be reverting to India.
Mallya was caught on camera while entering The Oval cricket ground on Friday in Kennington, a district in South London on the first day of last Test match between India and England.
Later, while leaving the cricket ground, he had a short interaction with ANI where he dodged the question of him going back to India.
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On being asked about when will he return to India, Mallya said, "That's for the judge to decide. I am not giving any media interview at a cricket game."
Mallya, an alleged financial offender, is facing extradition case in London's Westminster Magistrates' Court on charges of money laundering and bank fraud amounting to about Rs 9,000 crore.
On September 3, a Mumbai Special Court granted three weeks time to the liquor baron to file his response on the Enforcement Directorate's (ED) application seeking under the new law, to declare him a fugitive economic offender.
By Sowmya Sangam