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After eating a hundred mice, the cat goes on a pilgrimage.

Businessman and not not-a-loan-defaulter Vijay Mallya has come out the curtain and blaming India media for maligning his image. 

 

Mallya wrote a number of Tweet stating that Indian media is calling him a loan defaulter without knowing the actual facts. He also wrote that he is " requesting" banks to take all the money of the loans back.

For three decades running India’s largest alcoholic beverage group, we contributed thousands of crores to the State exchequers. Kingfisher Airlines also contributed handsomely to the States. Sad loss of the finest Airline but still I offer to pay Banks so no loss. Please take it.

— Vijay Mallya (@TheVijayMallya) December 5, 2018

 

Vijay Mallya is living in the UK since 2016. He flew there just after the case of loan default and money laundering came out in the limelight. He is accused of being a loan-defaulter in a Nine thousand crore INR.

Mallya\'s lawyers are trying to protect in the case of money laundering. Mallya\'s lawyer told the Money Laundering Act court that he didn\'t leave India illegally, So why is he facing the Charge of Money Laundering. The lawyer is claiming that Mallya cannot be declared a fugitive because he was arrested in the United Kingdom on the basis of a warrant issued by Indian Supreme Court.

 

Mallya wrote in a number of tweets:

 

\"Politicians and Media are constantly talking loudly about my being a defaulter who has run away with PSU Bank money. All this is false. Why don’t I get fair treatment and the same loud noise about my comprehensive settlement offer before the Karnataka High Court? Sad.

 

For three decades running India’s largest alcoholic beverage group, we contributed thousands of crores to the State exchequers. Kingfisher Airlines also contributed handsomely to the States. Sad loss of the finest Airline but still I offer to pay Banks so no loss. Please take it.

 

I see the quick media narrative about my extradition decision. That is separate and will take its own legal course. The most important point is public money and I am offering to pay 100% back. I humbly request the Banks and Government to take it. If payback refused, WHY ?\"

Now, the question arises is: Is Mallya telling the truth? Is he really offering the banks to repay hundred percent of his loans? If Yes, then why are Banks denying to take the money back?

 

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