Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya has been retweeting a lot lately –from birthday messages, to matches, to parties –you will see a lot of things being retweeted.
But his recent tweet on the loan defaulters' list could have a layers of meaning. Well, we won't say much. It is all for you to come up with your own point of view.
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Early this month, Mallya left India in the middle of a massive loan default probe.
However, the businessman, who is facing legal proceedings for alleged loan defaults by his group to the tune of over Rs 9,000 crore, said he is not an absconder and will comply with the law of the land.
Yesterday, Mallya expressed willingness in Supreme Court for a settlement by offering a proposal to pay back Rs 4000 crore by September this year.
The proposal submitted in a sealed envelope however covers a loan amount of Rs 6903 crore, a senior advocate appearing for the consortium of banks led by State Bank of India, said.
He said the proposal also mentions an additional amount of over Rs 2000 crore on the basis of a pending suit filed by Mallya's businesses, but did not give details of the lawsuit.
The proposal was placed jointly by Mallya and his companies - Kingfisher Airlines Ltd, United Breweries (Holdings) Ltd and Kingfisher Finvest (India) Ltd.
With Agency Inputs