Vijay Mallya :
In the wake of coming up short at offering trouble business tycoon’s Kingfisher House, the SBICAP Trustee Company Ltd, the vendor banking arm of State Bank of India, will sell Vijay Mallya’s eight cars he and his organization once claimed.
The auction will be hung on August 25 for cars that will get the bank Rs. 13.70 lakh out of the Rs. 6,963 crore he owes the bank.
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To take part in the offering of the cars, which are right now stopped at Kingfisher House’s terrace, the bidders will need to store 10 for each the cost of cash cited for each vehicle.
The most recent day for registration an offering spot at the sell is August 23 and registration charges are Rs. 2,000. The cars will be accessible for investigation on July 29 and August 5.
The exchange will be led by SBICAP Trustee Company Ltd in relationship with Income Tax, and Service Tax division. The trustee organization has, before this, took a charge at offering the Kingfisher House by decreasing its cost from Rs. 150 crore to Rs. 135 crore, yet at the same time found no takers.
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As of January 31, 2014, Vijay Mallya’s Kingfisher Airlines owed banks an amazing Rs. 6,963 crore. Every one of the banks has characterized the advances as non-performing resources. A few reports guarantee that SBI is owed the most notable measure of Rs. 1,600 crore.
Alternate banks are Punjab National Bank and IDBI Bank, which are owed around R800 crore each. The advance sum from Bank of India is Rs. 650 crore and from Bank of Baroda, it is Rs. 550 crore. National Bank of India gave an advance of around Rs. 410 crore, while UCO Bank needs to recover Rs. 320 crore.
Organization Bank needs to get back another Rs. 310 crore. Different banks like State Bank of Mysore, Indian Overseas Bank, Federal Bank, Punjab and Sind Bank and Axis Bank additionally loaned cash to the organization.