India Should Be Proud, Not Blasting Me, Says Vijay Mallya

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| February 23 , 2017 , 14:28 IST
[caption id="attachment_247183" align="aligncenter" width="700"]India Should Be Proud, Not Blasting Me, Says Vijay Mallya India Should Be Proud, Not Blasting Me, Says Vijay Mallya[/caption] The King of Good Times Vijay Mallya may be facing troubles in India but in UK, he is busy in promotions of a new Formula One car by his team Sahara Force India. Mallya took to twitter saying that India, especially the media, should be proud of his ventures into F1 instead of 'blasting' him over his massive debts. During the event, Mallya also claimed that he had become a political football being kicked between two major Indian political parties during election campaigning, adding that the parties should put forth their evidence and let law take its own course. Mallya also stated that he was safe under the law of UK and that India had no grounds to extradite him. ALSO READ: I’m A Like A Football Being Kicked Around By Teams NDA Vs UPA: Mallya India and UK had discussed the matter of Mallya's extradition and that of 15 others on February 21. A recent statement from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said that both sides held “detailed and fruitful” deliberations on the legal processes and procedures in either country and reviewed the requests for extradition and mutual legal assistance pending on either side. India had submitted a formal request for Mallya's extradition on February 9.