Cartoon on Vijay Mallya arrested in London gets bail

Alleged to have defaulted bank loans in thousands of crores, Mr Vijay Mallya, the liquor baron from India had left for the UK last year, sensing trouble in air. He is also wanted in case of money-laundering. Vijay Mallya’s Kingfisher Airlines flopped badly and now he owes banks approximately Rs.9000 crores.

He was voluntarily arrested by the Scotland Yard today and within 3 hours he got bail so people thinking that he would be extradited are living in fool’s heaven. He is powerful enough to dodge such extradition attempts and surely has done all his homework before leaving homeland as to how he would be legally protecting himself once he leaves India.

Its a failure on the part of Indian govt(s) and sends a very wrong message to society if people run away with bank’s money and freely lead a happening life in some other country. Well, as of now, the king of good times is having good time in the UK and there is no coming back home, anytime soon.

cartoon on vijay mallya arrested n gets bail

2 responses on “Cartoon on Vijay Mallya arrested in London gets bail

  1. Abhijit

    In such white collar crimes, people normally get bail. Look at his bail condition. Mallya had to fork out half a million pound as surety bond. He had to confiscate his passport. He cannot move out of his home at hertfordshire. The fact that UK legal system accepted Indian papers is being construed as a major first step. Ofcourse, Mallya will hire best legal brains, if necessary he will go all the way to supreme court. So we may be in for a long battle. But first step has happened.

    1. Jack

      See thats why I have him half stuck out there. šŸ˜€ and his money briefcase lying away from him šŸ˜€ Of course it is the beginning and eventually he will have to come out of his comfort zone. I appreciate the efforts of the govt. The thing is the way the media channels hype a news. I had a feeling today morning he should be back home facing trials šŸ˜€ Then the disappointing news that he is out on bail.

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