CBI officer Suman Kumar’s efforts : Vijay Mallya losing final appeal against extradition in UK court

CBI officer Suman Kumar’s efforts eventually bore fruit after the whole world recently received news of Fugitive Vijay Mallya to be extradited from UK to India within 28 days.

Suman Kumar visited UK number of times related to the bank fraud done by Vijay Mallya in connection with defunct Kingfisher Airlines.

CBI OFFICER SUMAN KUMAR IN ABOVE IMAGE

Vijay Mallya’s extradition pertains to alleged bank of fraud of 9000 cr from different public sector banks as well as 900 cr from IDBI.

Below is the list of 17 banks from where Vijay Mallya took loan and defaulted,

SBIRs.1,600 crPNBRs.800 crIDBI BankRs.800 crBank of IndiaRs.650 crBank of BarodaRs.550 crUnited Bank of IndiaRs.430 crCentral BankRs.410 crUCO BankRs.320crCorporation BankRs.310 crState Bank of MysoreRs.150 crIndian Overseas BankRs.140 crFederal BankRs.90 crPunjab & Sind BankRs.60 crAxis BankRs.50 crOther banksRs.603cr 



Vijay Mallya, the ex-liquor baron was known for his flamboyant life style and he was also a member of Rajya Sabha member. 

Suman Kumar Joined CBI as sub inspector, due to his great track record of solving white-collar crimes he was awarded many times. He is now the ACP, CBI.

Kumar with his meticulous investigation, Planning built a concrete case of fraud against Vijay Mallya and a charge sheet is filed in India to get Vjiay Mallya extradited from UK.
The biggest challenge he received was banks that lent money to Vijay Mallya did not file a case against him, so it was challenging for CBI’s Suman Kumar to build a concrete case of money laundering and fraud against Vijay Mallya. After exhaustive probe he was able to file a solid case against Vijay Mallya.
 

By : | Category : News| Sub Category : India News|Date : May 15,2020

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