Mallya dud cheque case: Court asks GMR to get 'correct address'
Hyderabad, May 25: A court here on Wednesday directed the GMR airport, Shamshabad, to furnish the latest address of Kingfisher chairman Vijay Mallya by June 6 to eble it issue him summons in a dud cheque case. The third special magistrate court, expected to deliver judgment in the case on Wednesday, received a written reply from the Maharashtra Police that Mallya’s residence in Mumbai was attached by the State Bank of India and hence the summons was returned with the reason: “The said person is not available at this address”.
The judge directed then directed GMR to get Mallya’s latest address and postponed the case to June 6. The court trial was completed three months ago but the judgment was postponed as Mallya had not been attending the court. Mallya is charged with defaulting airport user and the cheque issued by him got bounced because of having “insufficient funds in the account”. The company issued two cheques of Rs.50 lakh each towards part settlement of the nearly Rs.12 crore dues. (IANS)