Vijay Mallya requests government to consider the bid of loan repayments.
Disgraced liquor baron Vijay Mallya, who is battling his deportation to India, requested the state on Thursday to consider an offer to return 100% of his loan dues and charges against him closely.
Mallya bemoaned the Indian govt's continuing failure to pay his duties while congratulating the Rs 20 Lakh crore economic package.
"Wishing the government for the Covid19 relief package. Can you print as much money as you want BUT should you keep a small contributor like me constantly ignoring who is offering 100% repayment of government-owned bank loans," he said in his tweet.
"Take my money unquestioningly and near," added Mallya, founder for the late Kingfisher Airlines in India who is sought for charges of fraud and money laundering in the sum valued at Rs 9,000.
Earlier this month, after losing a London High Court appeal against an extradition request against India, Mallya lodged an appeal before the UK Supreme Court on suspected charges of bribery and financial evasion in connection with Kingfisher Airlines' unrecovered loans.
In the past, Mallya had tweeted to offer to pay the banks 100% of Kingfisher Airlines' borrowing, but either banks or the Enforcement Directorate were not willing to take this money or were willing to release their attached assets at the behest of the banks.