New Delhi, May 3: A day after alcohol nobleman Vijay Mallya surrendered from the Rajya Sabha, a morals board of trustees of the Upper House suggested that he be ousted.
Rajya Sabha director Mohamed Hamid Ansari will take an official conclusion on the matter tomorrow.
“It is not proper to declare the choice of the board before it is tabled in the House. Tomorrow it will be tabled in the House. The choice has been taken,” Chairman of the Ethics Committee of Rajya Sabha Karan Singh told the media here.
“Yes, I have gotten the letter from Mallya. The press has the letter. I have a duplicate of the letter, I don’t know whether it was examined or physical. He is still a part,” he included.
Prior, Mallya surrendered as a Rajya Sabha MP a week after the Ethics Committee chose to consistently remove him from Parliament.
Mallya has said that the Indian Government would not have the capacity to recoup any cash from him by taking his international ID or capturing him.
The board of trustees had given him a week’s an ideal opportunity to clarify his behavior in the default on bank credits in overabundance of Rs. 9,000 crore reached out to his Kingfisher Airlines Ltd.
The administration had renounced the travel permit of Mallya, who is accepted to be in the UK in the wake of leaving India on March 2.
The alcohol nobleman is confronting lawful procedures for asserted default of advances worth more than nine thousand crore rupees from different banks.