AgustaWestland chopper deal

AgustaWestland chopper deal News

VVIP chopper case: Court dismisses alleged middleman Sushen Gupta's bail plea

Special Judge Arvind Kumar refused to grant the relief to Gupta whose judicial custody expires on Saturday and an order is yet to be passed on it. He was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

No wrong in media publishing supplementary chargesheet: ED on AgustaWestland chopper deal case

The agency made the submissions in response to a plea by British-national Christian Michel, alleged middleman arrested in the case, who accused the ED of politicising the matter by leaking the documents to the media.

Advertising

Christian Michel to court: Never named anybody, ED has leaked the chargesheet

Michel’s advocate Aljo K Joseph told the court: “He was asked by the investigating agency to give possible initialsfor people and that is all he did. He never named anybody in his statement before the agency, which is being leaked to the media.”

Rakesh Asthana met me, threatened to make life hell: Christian Michel in court

Michel, who was present in the courtroom, also told the court that he was put in the prison with 16-17 Kashmiri separatist leaders.

AgustaWestland accused Rajiv Saxena says not under pressure to turn approver

Following his statement, the judge marked the case file to the court of the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate for March 2 to record his disclosure statement of becoming an approver.

AgustaWestland deal: After Michel, NRI businessman Rajiv Saxena flown to Delhi from Dubai

Saxena’s lawyers in India, Geeta Luthra and Shivani Luthra Lohiya, said he was taken away from his home by UAE authorities and deported to India.

Advertising

Delhi court extends ED custody of Gautam Khaitan by five days in fresh money laundering case

The fresh criminal case under the PMLA was filed by the ED against Khaitan on the basis of a case filed by the IT Department against him under Section 51 of the Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015.

VVIP chopper case: Court allows former Air Chief SP Tyagi to travel abroad

Special Judge Arvind Kumar allowed Tyagi to travel to the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, France, Germany, the US and Canada. The court dismissed the CBI's contention that the accused may misuse the liberty to visit Italy and Switzerland and destroy the evidence.

‘Congress should reveal party’s links with Michel mama’: PM Modi

The Prime Minister said his government's cleanliness drive against middlemen would continue irrespective of the abuse directed against him.

Congress should reveal party’s links with ‘Michel mama’: PM Narendra Modi

Addressing rallies in Solapur, Maharashtra, and Agra, Uttar Pradesh, Modi asserted that the “chowkidaar” is doing his job, and that his government’s “cleanliness drive” against middlemen will continue irrespective of the abuse directed against him.

Advertising