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CBI says no delay on its part in Vijay Mallya extradition case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday denied any deferral on its part in giving confirmation to the UK to removal procedures of previous executive of now outdated Kingfisher Airlines Vijay Mallya. It demanded that the removal ask for sent on February 9 incorporated the main chargesheet recorded in the bank advance default argument against Mallya on January 24. The office included that a CBI and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) authorities' group flown out to the UK at the demand of specialists there and gave additional proof on May 2 and 3. It said that a supplementary chargesheet recorded on June 2 was given to the UK experts on June 9, four days before the hearing for the situation. 

ED sources disclosed to The Indian Express that the postponement, assuming any, has been on part of the UK specialists, who have looked for time from the British court hearing the matter by virtue of whatever was pending at their end. The CBI called attention to that the June 13 hearing was a case administration survey and not removal hearing. "The motivation behind case administration hearing is to decide additionally ventures to be taken up for the situation and to draw a timetable for removal procedures,'' a CBI proclamation said. "All the confirmation with respect to falsities, misquotes and bogus portrayals of Vijay Mallya, Kingfisher Airlines Limited (KAL) and authorities of KAL had as of now been sent to experts of the UK." 

The CBI rejected case of defer that Mallya's attorney had raised. It included that the legal advisor had looked for a date in March-April 2018 which was contradicted. "To legitimize a later date, the resistance guide raised the issue of postponement, which is only a fantasy of his creative ability.'' It included that the expert prosecutor for the situation had affirmed there was no feedback of the removal ask for or that of the Indian government amid the June 13 procedures. "Senior region judge settled next case administration hearing on 6 July, 2017 when the dates for removal hearing will be chosen.''

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