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Rahul avoids questions on AgustaWestland, Congress workers manhandle Republic Bharat crew

The ED charge sheet mentions "the family", "Italian lady and her son" and Ahmed Patel among others.

After the extradition of Christian Michel to India, there have been many revelations on the AgustaWestland case and the Gandhi Vadra family has been under the scanner for their alleged involvement in the 3600 crores VVIP chopper deal.

It has been reported that the ED charge sheet on the case has revealed many names connected to the deal. Apart from politicians, journalists, and media persons have also been named.

Rahul Gandhi has been busy in election campaigning in Pune. As per a report in Republic Bharat, when their reporters tried to ask questions to Rahul Gandhi regarding Ahmed Patel’s name in ED charge sheet, not only did the Congress president avoided the questions, but the crew of Republic Bharat was manhandled and pushed away by Congress workers surrounding him.

In the video shared by Republic Bharat, it is seen that the reporter of the channel is trying to ask questions to Rahul Gandhi unsuccessfully as the Congress president approaches his car. As the reporter keeps asking questions regarding Ahmed Patel’s name in the ED charge sheet, Rahul Gandhi’s associates start pushing away the crew. They ask the reporter, “Who gave you permission? What are you doing? Were you invited?”

The Republic Bharat crew is seen being pushed away from the Congress president.

It is notable here that Christian Michel charge sheet by the ED also mentions “The Italian lady and her son”. “The family” and AP were also mentioned. The ED, while seeking the custody of Sushen Gupta, another accused in the scam, had reportedly also mentioned that a certain ‘RG’ had received Rs 50 crores in the Agusta scam.

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