Mallya remains on bail after his extradition was recently ordered by Westminster Magistrates' Court in London.
The order on Enforcement Directorate's plea seeking to declare liquor baron Vijay Mallya a 'fugitive economic offender' was adjourned till January 5 on Wednesday.
The order was adjourned as the Special PMLA judge was not ready with his order, news agency ANI reported.
Mallya remains on bail after his extradition was recently ordered by Westminster Magistrates' Court in London, an order which now awaits a sign-off by UK home secretary Sajid Javid.
ED application seeking to declare Vijay Mallya a 'fugitive economic offender': As the Special PMLA judge is not ready with his order, the order has been adjourned till 5th January #Mumbai (file pic) pic.twitter.com/BZJWV1T6wo
Meanwhile, the government said last week that it is making efforts to bring back people involved in financial irregularities to the country through Look Out Circulars, Red Corner Notice and extradition requests, Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday.
According to the information provided by the Enforcement Directorate, there are 41 people involved in financial irregularities who fled the country or are living abroad, including Mallya, Modi and Choksi, Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh informed Lok Sabha last week.