The win is Aditya's third after the first two matches on Monday.
"My first match of the day was very challenging and I did give my best shot with a competitive score 4-5. However, I did not let myself down and was determined to get back into my winning form in the second match of the day. Starting on a winning note yesterday in both my opening day matches, I was certain to continue the winning run today too," Mehta said.
Aditya will play against Peter Ebdon of England tomorrow (Wednesday).
Meanwhile, Pankaj Advani suffered a 2-5 loss to Andrew Higginson in the SangSom 6-Red World Snooker Championship in Bangkok on Tuesday.
Unseeded Advani has collected two points from three matches, with two wins and a loss, the same as Higginson.
Earlier in the day, Advani defeated Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 5-4 in the six-player round-robin league. Yesterday (Monday), the Indian had beaten Ben Nunan of Australia 5-4.
Advani will take on sixth seed Shaun Murphy of England and 54-year old Steve Davis, also an Englishman and former world champion, in his remaining two league fixtures tomorrow (Wednesday).