Britain’s court ruling on Mallya’s case today Representatives of CBI who went to London
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Dilie, London: The British court will hear Monday’s verdict on India’s request to send Vijay Mallya back. A team of officers headed by the director general of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), S. Sai Manohar, arrived in London to attend the key trial. Officials said Manohar went to CBI instead of special director Rakesh Ashshana. From the start of the case, the case was to go to the trial. However, the issue of sensational corruption allegations has been sent to the Central Intelligence Agency along with CBI director, Alak Verma. At present, two Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials have gone to London with Manohar, official sources said. Mallya has been reported to Britain in 2016 by avoiding over Rs 9,000 crore to banks. He has been accused of misappropriation of illicit money laundering and debt to other needs. The Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London is investigating the request of India to send him back. Britain’s Home Minister will take a decision on India’s appeal on the basis of a court ruling. However, the verdict can be appealed in the high court.