Middleman Visited India 25 Times For Agusta Deal


As the CBI and ED have filed their respective chargesheets against UK-based Christian James Michel in the VIP chopper scam, both the agencies are preparing to send a formal extradition request to Britain against alleged middleman, who was given 42 million Euro in bribe by AgustaWestland for further payments to Indian politicians, public servants and other middlemen.

Earlier, India’s request to extradite Michel was turned down by the UK on the basis of incomplete details provided by the Indian authorities.

Sources told TOI that this time, a foolproof request will be sent in which details of his visits to India, money trail and his association with other European middlemen Guido Haschke, Carlo Gerosa and AgustaWestland functionaries would be provided. Read More…

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