Ministry of Defence moves court to stop Agusta case in arbitration tribunal


The Indian government on Tuesday moved the Delhi High Court, praying for a permanent injunction order to restrain AgustaWestland from continuing with the arbitration process due to the ongoing criminal cases before the trial court.

Hearing the case, Justice Pratibha M Singh refused to give any interim order to stay the proceedings before the Arbitration Tribunal, initiated by AgustaWestland International Limited.

The company contends that the Ministry of Defence (MoD) cannot unilaterally freeze payments in the Rs 3,600-crore deal. Read More

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