Mallya's debt crises turns him from
GN Bureau | March 10, 2016
Liquor baron Vijay Mallya is facing legal proceedings for allegedly defaulting loans of over Rs 9,000 crores from various banks. He is reportedly out of the country already, in spite of a look out notice issued against him.
Known as the "king of good times", Mallya's escape has caused a storm on social media. Some of the noteworthy tweets:
Vijay Mallya: aa laut ke aaja, tera yeh desh pukare. No money to pay KF staff but money for IPL players?— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) March 9, 2016
Vijay Mallya has left under Modi Sarkar's #FairAndLovely scheme. It's simple, the government sleeps like Rip Van Winkle.— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) March 10, 2016
Did #VijayMallya treat few well-known editors who are silent today to free rides on his personal jet? Will the editors declare it in public?— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) March 8, 2016
Mallya,the King of good times,mastered the Art of Living from Cong&Art of leaving from BJP.Still SriSri can teach him about Art of Impunity!— Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) March 10, 2016
What is the common modus operandi in letting go abroad Quattrocchi, Lalit Modi and Mallya?— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) March 10, 2016
Vijay Mallya looted 17 banks.— Shirish Kunder (@ShirishKunder) March 10, 2016
And the one decent bank that was left, Yamuna bank, is now being taken care of by Sri Sri.
VijayMallya closed down Airlines in Oct 2012 with huge dues. Got more than Rs 5000cr in May 2013 by selling Liquor Co.Where was Banks then?— J Gopikrishnan (@jgopikrishnan70) March 10, 2016
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