“By taking my passport or arresting me, they are not getting any money.” Vijay Mallya told Financial Time that he had no plans to leave Britain
The Indian government is seeking the extradition of tycoon Vijay Mallya. In an interview with Financial Time, Mr Mallys said he is ready for a “reasonable” settlement with creditors .
“We have always been in dialogue with banks saying: ‘We wish to settle’,” Mallya told FT. “But we wish to settle at a reasonable number that we can afford and banks can justify on the basis of settlements done before.”
“By taking my passport or arresting me, they are not getting any money,” the newspaper quoted him as saying.
Mallya claimed that he was in “forced exile” and had no plans to leave Britain.