Liquor baron Vijay Mallya on September 9 informed Delhi court that he wants to come back to India, but is unable to travel because his passport has been suspended by the Indian authorities.
His counsel told the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate that Malaya is not evading court summons, but is unable to come back.
Malaya had then moved his application via senior advocate Ramesh Gupta and requested the court to grant him some time so his appearance can be secured.
They then went on to sought some time to reply on the matter. The court will now take up the case on October 4.