Vijay Mallya, an absconder liquor tycoon has again tweeted proposing to return his money taken over by several banks as he points out the NDA government for their “double standards” for not aiding him.
Vijay Mallya also pointed out in a chain of tweets that the BJP-led by National Democratic Alliance government has done nothing for him although he had invested crores of rupees in his now non-operational Kingfisher Airlines, immediately after an association of lenders headed by the State Bank of India took over Jet Airways for saving the commercial airline from bankruptcy.
“I invested over 4000 crores into Kingfisher Airlines to save the Company and its employees. Not recognised and instead slammed in every possible way. The same PSU Banks let India’s finest airline with the best employees and connectivity fail ruthlessly. Double standards under NDA,” Vijay Mallya ataes in his recent tweet.
He also questioned BJP’s denunciation of the United Progressive Alliance government led by Manmohan Singh for its efforts for bailing out his Kingfisher Airlines.
“BJP spokesman eloquently read out my letters to PM Manmohan Singh and alleged that PSU Banks under the UPA Government had wrongly supported Kingfisher Airlines. Media decimated me for writing to the current PM. I wonder what has changed now under the NDA Government,” Mallya further adds.
Moreover, the most controversial entrepreneur, who is challenging India’s extradition bid in the United kingdoms’ court, again insisted banks to settle his money against his companies extended loans.
“And I repeat once again that I have placed liquid assets before the Hon’ble Karnataka High Court to pay off the PSU Banks and all other creditors. Why do the Banks not take my money? It will help them to save Jet Airways if nothing else,” he states.