The 62-year-old former Kingfisher Airline boss' defence team, led by Clare Montgomery, opened the day by branding the government of India's evidence presented in the case as "utterly unfounded".
Mallya claimed he met the FM before leaving the country and gave the offer to settle with banks. So, obviously the comments are referring his meeting with Arun Jaitley.
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The statement further read, "Since 2014, I have never given him any appointment to meet me and the question of his having met me does not arise".
Jaitley added that Mallya, a member of the Rajya Sabha, occasionally attended Parliament and that he "misused" that privilege on one occasion.
In a statement, the minister had said that Mallya did try to start a conversation when he was on his way out of the Rajya Sabha and recalled "curtly" telling him that he should talk to the banks about his outstanding loans.
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"He paced up to catch up with me and while walking uttered a sentence that "I am making an offer of settlement", the Minister said. Today Mallya spoke to reporters outside London's Westminster Magistrates' Court, where his extradition case is being heard.
"I put nearly Rs 15,000 crore offer on the table of the Karnataka High Court".
The Congress chief also alleged that the arrest notice issued for Mallya was changed to inform notice which can be done only by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). "Absolutely shocking. PM Modi meets Neerav (sic) Modi before he flees the country. I did not even receive the papers that he was holding in his hand".
On being asked why the government and the banks are still on his case despite his settlement offer, Mallya put the ball in the banks' court.
"Either your passport is impounded or there is an order of a court".
The claim made by Mallya, facing charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to Rs 9,000 crore, has triggered a political storm, with the Congress saying the government must explain how and why Mallya was allowed to leave India. That was the last time Nirav, who is wanted in the Rs 13,000-crore Punjab National Bank loan fraud, was seen in public.
Swamy in his tweet, back then, had asked that how could Mallya escape the country despite a Look Out Notice (LON) against him.