(FILES) This file photograph taken on August 7, 2013 shows Vijay Mallya, Member of Parliament and then Chairman of the United Breweries Group, as he arrives at Parliament House in New Delhi. / AFP / RAVEENDRAN
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India will seek to extradite indebted tycoon Vijay Mallya, the country's finance minister said Wednesday, after Britain turned down its request to deport him.Arun Jaitley told parliament that Britain had refused to deport Mallya, who left India owing $1.34 billion, because he entered the country on a valid passport, even though it was later revoked.New Delhi revoked Mallya's diplomatic passport last month after he repeatedly failed to appear before investigators, and asked Britain to deport the tycoon, who left India on March 2 .India and the United Kingdom signed an extradition treaty in 1993 .
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