CBI moves HC against Rajiv Saxena’s bail in VVIP chopper scam, says he misled probe agencies and refuses to co-operate: Details
CBI had alleged in Delhi High Court that Rajiv Saxena had misled the probe agencies and kept them in the dark about his attempts to seek foreign citizenship
VVIP chopper scam: CBI names middlemen Christian Michel, Rajiv Saxena and 13 others in a supplementary charge-sheet filed in AgustaWestland scandal
Accused-turned-approver Rajiv Saxena, middlemen Christian Michel and 13 others have been charge-sheeted in the Rs 3600 crore AgustaWestland scam
AgustaWestland scam: ED accuses middleman Rajiv Saxena of hiding information, says he is acting on Ratul Puri’s orders
ED has alleged that Saxena has been selectively stating the facts on the insistence of co-accused, especially Ratul Puri, the nephew of senior Congress leader Kamal Nath.
After Kamal Nath’s brother-in-law now his nephew, Ratul Puri, questioned in connection with AgustaWestland scam
As the Enforcement Directorate penetrates deeper into the AgustaWestland case, more and more skeletons seem to be falling out of the closet
Gupta was arrested on the basis of information given by Rajiv Saxena, who had recently turned approver in the case following his extradition from UAE and subsequent arrest by the ED.
In a big boost to AgustaWestland case, CBI court approves middleman Rajiv Saxena’s plea to turn approver
The ED had stated that Saxena had shown an inclination to ‘unravel the truth’ and that he would be an important witness in the case
AgustaWestland Case: Accused middleman Rajiv Saxena, who had turned approver submits diary and pen-drive containing details of the deal
Rajiv Saxena had submitted his statements before the court after he turned approver. He had earlier claimed before ED that his “exposure in the case was minimal” and that he merely acted as a front for other beneficiaries.
Several startling revelations came to light in the VVIP chopper scam soon after the case gained momentum post middleman Christian Micheal's extradition to India.
ED has reportedly decided to seek approval from the court for making Saxena an approver in the case.
Congress era lobbyist Deepak Talwar acted as middleman in civil aviation agreement causing loss to Air India: ED
Deepak Talwar is a high-profile 'corporate lobbyists' who reportedly made 100 crores during the UPA era
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