London: Leading industrialist Vijay Mallya has said that he will pay back “100 per cent public money” to Indian banks. He has to pay Rs 9,000 crore to the banks currently in Britain. The Indian government has appealed to the court to hand over the cases of various financial crimes to him. Mallya made several tweets on Wednesday after Westminster magistrates court in London will be pronounced on the tenth day this month. Kingfisher Airlines, which owns the rights of United Breweries Alcohol Manufacturing companies. “The most important thing is that it’s money. I’ll pay it back 100%. Banks are asking me to accept the government. If they refuse, what is the reason? ”
Another tweet explains why the loan taken from the banks had gone. “Air firms are struggling financially because of high fuel prices. Kingfisher fell into the company when the price of barrel reached $ 140. Losses are recovered. The loan taken from the banks has gone down. I asked banks to pay 100 per cent originally. Please take it “. Mallya did not mention the interest paid to the original. He accused the media and politicians of misusing him as being financially corrupt and taking money from public banks. I do not think there is any chance that the Karnataka High Court has to solve the problem.