London, Feb. 13 -- The now defunct Kingfisher Airlines owned by controversial businessman Vijay Mallya "knowingly misrepresented" its profitability while seeking bank loans in 2009, India submitted in the high court of England and Wales hearing his extradition appeal on Wednesday.

Besides, Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), on behalf of India, on Wednesday insisted that there is "overwhelming" evidence of fraud and deception on the part of controversial businessman Vijay Mallya who is facing extradition to face charges of major financial offences.

Mark Summers, CPS lawyer, reminded Justice Irwin and Justice Elisabeth Laing of the high court of England and Wales that in extradition cases, British courts are solely required to establish wheth...