Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya is unlikely to be extradited whenever before long with the British isles governing administration on Thursday expressing that there is a authorized problem that needs to be resolved in advance of his extradition can be arranged.

Final thirty day period, Mallya misplaced his appeals in the British isles Supreme Court docket in opposition to his extradition to India to deal with money laundering and fraud expenses.

A spokesperson in the British isles Superior Fee reported the problem is “private” and additional: “we cannot estimate how very long this problem will choose to take care of.”

“Vijay Mallya very last thirty day period misplaced his attractiveness in opposition to extradition, and was refused go away to attractiveness even more to the British isles Supreme Court docket. However, there is a even more authorized problem that needs resolving in advance of Mr Mallya’s extradition can be arranged,” the spokesperson reported.

“Underneath United Kingdom legislation, extradition cannot choose put until eventually it is resolved. The problem is private and we cannot go into any depth. We cannot estimate how very long this problem will choose to take care of. We are trying to get to deal with this as immediately as probable,” the formal additional.

Vijay Mallya

Mallya has been primarily based in the British isles considering that March 2016 and remains on bail on an extradition warrant.

On May possibly 21, the spokesperson in the exterior affairs ministry reported India was in touch with the British governing administration around Mallya’s extradition right after he exhausted all authorized choices in opposition to New Delhi’s ask for to the British isles to extradite him. The British isles major court’s conclusion marked a big setback to the sixty four-year-previous businessman as it arrived weeks right after he misplaced his substantial court attractiveness in April in opposition to an extradition get to India.

Mallya has been primarily based in the British isles considering that March 2016 and remains on bail on an extradition warrant executed three decades in the past by Scotland Garden on April eighteen, 2017.

The substantial court verdict in April upheld the 2018 ruling by Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot at the end of a year-very long extradition demo in December 2018 that the previous Kingfisher Airways boss had a “situation to response” in the Indian courts.