NEW DELHI: Letters composed by alcohol mogul Vijay Mallya to the Congress-drove UPA government in the vicinity of 2011 and 2013 have set off another political battle in front of the Budget. The letters were held up by the BJP today as verification that previous Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Finance Minister P Chidambaram helped Mr Mallya get advances even with his poor credit record. The BJP said after Mr Mallya’s many letters, the UPA government encouraged credits to the agent’s presently outdated Kingfisher Airlines from a consortium of banks.
Here are the 10 advancements of the story:
1-“From where did Vijay Mallya obtain such supports? Was sinking ship (Congress) helping sinking aircraft (Kingfisher),” addressed BJP representative Sambit Patra.
2-Mr Patra said obviously the “hands” that pulled the strings to guarantee that Mr Mallya got advances had a place with Dr Singh and Mr Chidambaram.
3-The BJP likewise inferred the part of “10 Janpath (Congress president Sonia Gandhi)” in pulling strings and stated: “Sonia and Rahul Gandhi ought to turn out in the open to state at whose command the credits were authorized to Kingfisher Airline.”
4-In a letter in October 2011, Mr Mallya seems to express gratitude toward Dr Singh for meeting him a month prior and requests that he help him getting money related support from banks like the State Bank of India.
5 after a month, the specialist composed another letter to the Prime Minister’s office, requesting pressing help to stop the marking of Kingfisher as a “Non-Performing Asset”.
6-The previous Prime Minister and Mr Chidambaram, who gave their appraisal of the nation’s economy today in front of the Budget, said they were just sending demands as an issue of schedule.
7-“You are discussing one letter that was leaked….there are several letters that go to the legislature consistently,” said Mr Chidambaram.
8-The Congress has blamed the BJP-driven government for helping the agent duck the law. “The genuine question to be asked is who allowed Mr Mallya to get away? Who exonerated the credit? Didn’t the BJP vote in favor of him and convey him to the Rajya Sabha?” said the gathering’s representative Randeep Singh Surjewala.
9-Mr Mallya traveled to Britain in March a year ago amidst endeavors by banks to recuperate about 9,000 crores in unpaid credits to Kingfisher Airlines, which quit flying in 2012.
10-Indian organizations have since made a few endeavors to bring back the representative, who confronts court warrants. Mr Mallya has said he is living in “constrained outcast”.