The court observed that he had no inclination to return and had scant regard for the law of the land. It said coercive process has to be initiated against liquor baron Vijay Mallya as he was facing proceedings in several cases and evading appearence in those matters.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sumit Dass also held that Mr Mallya's plea, that he wanted to return to India but was "incapacitated" to travel as his passport had been revoked by Indian authorities, was "malafide" and "abuse of the process of law".
"He has no inclination whatsoever to come to this court and appear here... He has scant regard for the law of the land," the court said.
"Keeping in view the conduct of the accused, coercive process has to be directed against the accused. Issue non-bailable warrant against the accused. Put up the matter for December 22," the court said.
The court also said that on October 4 it had specifically noted that he could approach authorities and obtain emergency document to return to India but the situation is that he has not taken any such step.
"It appears that accused is not willing to take any steps to return to India," the CMM said.
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