Vijay Mallya‘s extradition trial here has ordered a video to be taken of the penal complex cell the sixty two-year-worn would be housed in after the ex-Kingfisher chief’s counsel said the photos “failed to train any pure mild”.
Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot on Tuesday ordered Mark Summers QC, representing the Crown Prosecution Provider, on behalf of the authorities of India, to invent a video of Barrack 12 at Arthur Toll road Detention center in Mumbai in three weeks’ time so she can search for “how the windows are”. The subsequent hearing within the extradition trial will most likely be on September 12.
Westminster magistrates’ court on Tuesday heard that Barrack 12 used to be a penal complex within a penal complex covered by a security blue steel sheet.
“The authorities of India has asserted there’s sufficient pure mild to read within the cell and enjoy provided photos they say expose pure mild flooding into the cell. Nonetheless we had them analysed and our expert said it looked hard to determine the establish the mild is coming from,” Clare Sir Bernard Law QC, representing Mallya, said.
“It’s glaring that whatever the mild is, it’s no longer pure mild flooding into the cell at some stage within the day. These photos veil the authorities of India’s assurances can’t be relied upon,” she said.
“It appears to be like unlikely that the building within a building has any get entry to to pure mild because the sun doesn’t shine through a penal complex building into but any other building. This has a blue impermeable overlaying which I understand to be steel so the total barrack is enclosed in a steel block which is impenetrable to mild.