AAI Asks Bombay Hc To Declare Vijay Mallya Proclaimed Offender


The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has asked Bombay high court to declare UK-based businessman Vijay Mallya a proclaimed offender in the matter of two bounced cheques for Kingfisher Airlines Ltd.

“Airports Authority of India has sought issuing of proclamation against accused UB Group chairman Vijay Mallya from a Mumbai court in connection with two cases of cheque bouncing under section 138 NI Act, filed by AAI in the Court of 63rd MM, Andheri court, Mumbai for over Rs100 crore,” AAI’s lawyer Neeraj Aarora said in a statement on Thursday.

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