“We have always been in dialogue with banks saying that we wish to settle,” he said
Even as India officially sought the deportation of Vijay Mallya following his passport being revoked, the liquor baron has opened up about ‘his side of the story,’ in an interview with the Financial Times.
Here are four points from the interview.
1. Saying that he was in “forced exile,” he adds that the manner in which his passport was first suspended and then revoked was “unprecedented,” and was done with “extraordinary haste.”