New Delhi: Even as liquor baron Vijay Mallya and former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi roam free in the UK, the Supreme Court on Tuesday came down heavily on the central government over its "attitude" and delay in yet another extradition matter. "What is this attitude? You don't even bother about the orders of the Supreme Court. We have been virtually extending threats to the officers in the Ministry of External Affairs but you still don't act," said a bench led by Justice Arun Mishra.
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Selecting a term
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