Indian authorities accused the head of the Force India Vijay Malia in the laundering of money through the F1 team, according to Reuters.
For the first time Vijay at the request of the government of India was arrested in London in April 2017 in the case of non-payment of accounts payable in the amount of one billion pounds.
Indian sources reported the arrest of Vijay Malia
Yesterday, 3 September, he was arrested again on charges for money laundering he used his F1 team in Force India, but he was immediately released on bail.
“The government [of India] argues that the portion of these funds were in the accounts of Force India,” said lawyer mark summers, representing the Indian government at the meeting of the Westminster court.
“I deny and deny all charges that they invent against me,’ said Malia. – I never avoided the courts. If my legal duty to be here, I’ll be here.”
The next court hearing will take place on 20 November, and a hearing on the extradition of Malia in India will be held on 4 December.
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