Modi government should come clean on Vijay Mallya: Kejriwal

| Thursday, July 21, 2016 - 18:08
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Centre should come clean on Mallya: Kejriwal, Delhi, Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, Vijay Mallya, Kingfisher, General Ranjit Kumar, Britain, London

The Indian government had also cancelled Mallya's passport in April.

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday asked the BJP-led Central government to come "clean on Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar meeting Vijay Mallya in London".
According to the media reports, Ranjit Kumar was seen meeting liquor baron Vijay Mallya who is wanted in loan default and money laundering cases.
"Modi government should come clean. First Modi government allowed Mallya to flee and now sending its law officer to meet him? Why," Kejriwal asked in a tweet on Thursday, alleging that the government allowed the businessman to flee the country.
Mallya has fled to London to evade arrest in India. His deportation has been sought from Britain, where he has been based for more than four months.
In April, the Indian government had also cancelled Mallya's passport and a non-bailable arrest warrant was issued in connection with the investigations into cases lodged against him.
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kejri comment

Abbe thu cheep minister ka kam kar. Modijo layrin bi clean kar saktha hai.

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