Media in UK didn't look for me in the obvious place, says Vijay Mallya

New Delhi, Mar 14: Former liquor baron Vijay Mallya who had last week hit out at media houses in the country, on Monday took a dig at the UK media which is running from pillar to post to trace him.

Mallya on Sunday, March 13 tweeted: "I am being hunted down by media in UK. Sadly they did not look in the obvious place. I will not speak to media so don't waste your efforts."

Also read: Vijay Mallya slams media, says 'Let media bosses not forget help, favours that I provided'

I am being hunted by media in UK: Mallya

Last week Mallya hit out at the media houses in India and said: "As an Indian MP I fully respect and will comply with the law of the land. Our judicial system is sound and respected. But no trial by media."

Mallya even said: "Let media bosses not forget help, favours, accommodation that I have provided over several years which are documented. Now lies to gain TRP ?"

"Once a media witch hunt starts it escalates into a raging fire where truth and facts are burnt to ashes," he added.

Also read: Hyderabad court issues non-bailable warrant against Vijay Mallya

On Sunday, he said that the time was not right for his return. "I've seen the highest to the lowest points in this matter. But I hope that I return one day. India has given me everything. It made me Vijay Mallya," he said.

Meanwhile, a court in Hyderabad issued a non-bailable warrant against Mallya in an alleged cheating case.

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