Agusta Westland: CBI at the turn of ‘ kabhi khushi – kabhi gam ’ on the news of ‘Michelle’s offer’


The investigating agencies of the VVIP helicopter scandal saw great success at the time when it came to the news that a Dubai court has given a big decision about Christian Mitchell.

It has been said in the news that a Dubai court has ordered the extradition of Christian Mitchell, and the way of the extradition of the alleged middleman of the deal worth 3,600 crore rupees and the British citizen Christian Mitchell has become clear. Official sources informed about it on Tuesday late evening. After hearing this news from the sources, the CBI and ED got relief from the relief.

However, by the evening till Wednesday evening, they turned to happiness. The court verdict was repeatedly addressed through the Ministry of External Affairs, but till the evening, the CBI did not know anything from the Ministry of External Affairs or Interpol. The CBI took information from the external affairs ministry about 20 times a day, but officially, nothing could be known.

Media reports said that some time ago, India had officially requested it in this regard from the Gulf country on the basis of criminal investigation conducted by the CBI and Enforcement Directorate (ED). After which the court gave the decision on Tuesday.

ED in its charge sheet filed in June 2016 against Michelle had alleged that he had received about 225 million rupees from AgustaWestland. ED had said that this money was nothing but “bribe” given by the company on the name of ‘real transaction’ to make the agreement of 12 helicopters in its favor.

Apart from Guido Horschke and Carlo Gerosa, Michelle is the third alleged intermediary in cases investigated by the CBI and ED. After issuing non-bailable warrants against him by the court, both the investigating agencies issued an Interpol red corner notice against him.



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