Vijay Mallya criticises banks for ‘double requirements’ after Jet bailout

Embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya Tuesday lashed out at public quarter banks for “double requirements” underneath the present day NDA regime for his or her intervention to bailout Jet AirwaysNSE -26.86 % even as the equal lenders made his Kingfisher airlinesNSE -11.11 % “fail ruthlessly”.
In a series of tweets reacting to banks led through State Bank of India taking on control manage of stricken Jet Airways, Mallya stated,”…Only desire the identical changed into completed for Kingfisher”.
“Happy to peer that PSU Banks have bailed out Jet Airways saving jobs, connectivity, and business enterprise,” he said.
He, in addition, stated, “the same PSU Banks permit India’s greatest airline with the pleasant personnel and connectivity to fail ruthlessly. Double requirements below NDA.”
Mallya, who is facing extradition to India from the United Kingdom, lamented that his efforts to save Kingfisher Airlines become “not recognized and as an alternative slammed in every feasible manner”.
“I invested over Rs four,000 crores into Kingfisher Airlines to store the corporation and its personnel,” he claimed.
He additionally lashed out at the BJP for differential remedy meted out to Kingfisher and Jet Airways.
“BJP spokesman eloquently examines out my letters to PM Manmohan Singh and alleged that PSU Banks under the UPA Government had wrongly supported Kingfisher Airlines,” Mallya stated.
He further said, “Media decimated me for writing to the contemporary PM. I marvel what has changed now under the NDA Government.”
The fugitive businessman reiterated his offer to pay off dues thru his belongings.
“And I repeat over again that I actually have placed liquid belongings earlier than the Hon’ble Karnataka High Court to repay the PSU Banks and all different creditors. Why do the Banks now not take my money? It will help them to save Jet Airways if nothing else,” he said.
Last month Mallya, who is desired in India on alleged fraud and cash laundering fees amounting to an expected Rs nine,000 crores, had filed his utility inside the UK High Court, looking for permission to enchantment in opposition to an extradition order signed by means of the British Home Secretary.
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Among the 50 shares in the Nifty index, 31 were buying and selling within the green, even as 19 had been within the purple.
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