Now India revokes Mallya's passport
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APRIL 25, 2016

Now India revokes Mallya's passport

Vijay Mallya will not be coming to any grands prix in the foreseeable future.

The Indian government has now revoked the Force India boss and co-owner's passport.

Mallya's passport had already been temporarily suspended amid his legal troubles following the collapse of his airline.

And a source told the Hindustan Times newspaper that the now permanently revoked passport and a non-bailable arrest warrant are good grounds to ask the British government to deport the 60-year-old former billionaire.

"But India will still need evidential support and present a strong case in the UK court," the newspaper added.

(GMM)

Now India revokes Mallya's passport

Vijay Mallya will not be coming to any grands prix in the foreseeable future.

The Indian government has now revoked the Force India boss and co-owner's passport.

Mallya's passport had already been temporarily suspended amid his legal troubles following the collapse of his airline.

And a source told the Hindustan Times newspaper that the now permanently revoked passport and a non-bailable arrest warrant are good grounds to ask the British government to deport the 60-year-old former billionaire.

"But India will still need evidential support and present a strong case in the UK court," the newspaper added.

(GMM)

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