Banks have already rejected his offer to repay Rs. 4,000 crores as final settlement.
Supreme Court has yesterday issued notice to Vijay Mallya on a plea seeking contempt proceedings against him.
He is accused of not giving full details of his movable and immovable assets.
The petition is filed by a consortium of banks led by SBI. The Banks have already rejected his offer to repay Rs. 4,000 crores towards settlement of all debts.
Vijay Kingfisher Mallya is also being investigated by Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO), which probes white collar crimes.
Just last month, a special Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court in Mumbai culminated the Proclamation proceedings in a loan default case and had declared Mallya a PO, proclaimed offender .
It has been claimed by Mallya that the Bank Consortium has already recovered Rs. 2, 494 crore since 2013 from Kingfisher Airlines.
Apex court also gave the DRT, Debt Recovery Tribunal, some additional time to conclude its hearing in the Mallya loan default case.
Enforcement Directorate had in June attached properties worth Rs. 1,411 crore of Mallya and UB Ltd in connection with IDBI Bank’s loan default and money laundering probe.
Mallya fled to the United Kingdom on March 2 using his diplomatic passport. Ministry of External Affairs later revoked the Passport.
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