Hyderabad A local court today reported that the two cheque bounce cases against Mallaya have been posted to September 22nd.
Third Special Court Magistrate M Krishna Rao had on April 20 convicted Mallya, in connection with two cheque bounce cases involving Rs 50 lakh each, under relevant sections of the Negotiable Instruments Act.
The matter relates to cheques issued by Kingfisher Airlines Ltd to GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL), which operates Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, towards charges for using the facilities at the airport for Kingfisher Airlines flights.
The Narendra Modi government has decided to call out Vijay Mallaya bluff of not coming back to India by giving the same excuse his airlines, “Kingfisher Airlines” for so long for not coming back to India and not paying the Rs. 9,000 crore loans. If the liquor king still does not come back to India, the Modi government will convince the UK government, where Mallaya is presently living, to initiate a clampdown against him.