Rijiju said the Indian govt is confident about its evidence in the case and satisfied with the cooperation from the UK side on extradition matters.
Vijay Mallya, wanted in India on charges of fraud and money laundering appeared in court for a hearing related to his extradition trial.
Mallya will face next year a parallel litigation brought by 13 Indian banks to freeze nearly USD 1.5 billion of his assets.
Mallya's extradition trial is set to hear more expert witness statements as his defence seeks to establish that there are no grounds to force him to return to India.
Mallya arrived in court here as the trial to prove a prima facie case of fraud against him resumed to determine if he can be extradited to India.
Mallya returned to a UK court here for the third day of his extradition trial, which will determine whether he can be forced to return to India.
"The focus of our case will be on his (Mallya’s) conduct and how he misled the bank and misused the proceeds," said CPS barrister.
The extradition trial of Mallya, began at a UK court, with the embattled liquor baron rejecting the charges as "false, fabricated and baseless".
Mallya, out on a 650,000-pound bail bond following his arrest over fraud and money laundering charges arrived at Westminster Magistrates' Court for the extradition trial.
May said she wanted UK courts to take into account judgements made by the ECJ over the issue of EU citizens’ rights.
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