New Delhi: Though ‘King of Good Times’ Vijay Mallya may have got bail, but his ‘bad time’ may just have begun. PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday drooped clear hints that the businessman will be brought back to India and will have to repay all his loans.
Those who have "looted the poor and the middle classes will have to return what they have looted," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on a day businessman Vijay Mallya was arrested in London on loan default charges
"Indeed. There is no place for corruption in India. Those who looted the poor & middle classes will have to return what they have looted," he tweeted
He was responding to a tweet by a follower who wrote that "...corruption not only robs us of hard earned money but also of our dignity."
Mallya, who has been declared a proclaimed offender, was arrested in London by Scotland Yard on India's request for his extradition in a loan default case
Senior Indian officials described his arrest as the first salvo in the case, which will now involve a legal process in the UK to determine if Mallya can be extradited to India to face charges in Indian courts
In response to another tweet, Modi wrote, "India’s farmers are the nation?s pride. Their hardwork feeds millions
We are doing everything possible for their welfare.