A local court on Wednesday adjourned to June 6 its order on the two cheque bounce cases filed against beleaguered industrialist Vijay Mallya by GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. 
The III Special Magistrate Court here on May 9 had posted for Wednesday its order on the quantum of sentence for Mallya, who was convicted in the two cheque bounce cases. On April 20, the court had convicted Mallya and others in connection with bouncing of two cheques of Rs 50 lakh each under relevant sections of Negotiable Instruments Act. 
It had issued warrants directing the police to produce Mallya before it to pronounce the quantum of punishment, as the industrialist, who left the country, was not present in the court. 
The Mumbai Police filed a report before the court saying the warrants could not be executed on the address of the accused as it was sealed by a bank and there were no Kingfisher officials/ employees at the premises, and hence the warrants were returned. 
Following this, III Special Magistrate Court Judge M Krishna Rao adjourned the matter to June 6 with a direction to the complainant (GHIAL) to furnish correct address of the accused for issuance of fresh warrants.

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