Businessman Rajiv Saxena Thursday told a Delhi special court that he is not under any pressure to turn approver in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper money-laundering case, and no assurances were given to him, neither has he taken any. His statement came a day after he filed a plea to become an approver.
“I have thought long and hard and I am confident that my exposure to the case is minimal… I have no intention not to cooperate. At this stage it is logical to complete my testimony in a fair way,” Saxena said.
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.
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