VVIP choppers deal: ED to widen probe, Air India PMLA case with latest arrests

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is set to widen its probe as it is looking into at least a dozen of Swiss bank accounts allegedly linked to Rajeev Saxena and suspected kick backs paid in deals linked to national carrier Air India where Deepak Talwar is a suspect, official sources said on January 31.

They said the ED will now confront 61-year-old Saxena, a Dubai-based businessman, with Gautam Khaitan to unravel the trail of alleged slush funds and kick backs paid in the Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland VVIP choppers purchase case.

While Delhi-based lawyer Khaitan has been arrested in this case earlier and he later obtained bail, he was last week again arrested by the central probe agency in a new criminal case of possession of alleged black money. Read More

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