AgustaWestland chopper scam: Former Air Marshal Jaspal Singh Gujral granted bail
New Delhi: Delhi’s Patiala Home Courtroom on Wednesday granted bail to former Air Marshal Jaspal Singh Gujral in reference to the AgustaWestland chopper bribery rip-off.
In keeping with reviews, Gujral was granted bail on a bond of Rs 2 lakh.
#AgustaWestland case: Delhi’s Patiala Home Courtroom grants bail to former Air Marshal Jaspal Singh Gujral on a bail bond of Rs. 2 lakh, the bail was opposed by CBI. Courtroom has requested CBI to provide e-copy of cost sheet to all accused. Subsequent listening to on 30 Might, 2018. pic.twitter.com/JghYTkgd94
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Gujral’s bail was opposed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
Former Indian Air Drive (IAF) chief SP Tyagi was additionally current within the courtroom through the listening to right this moment.
Through the listening to, the courtroom requested the central probe company to provide e-copy of the chargesheet it had filed towards all accused.
The courtroom additionally posted the matter for subsequent listening to on Might 30, 2018.
The CBI has registered a case towards former IAF chief SP Tyagi and 12 others, together with his three cousins, and 5 international nationals on costs of allegedly receiving kickbacks in reference to the chopper deal.
Six firms, together with the Italy-based Finmeccanica, AgustaWestland, Mohali-based IDS Infotech, Chandigarh-based Aeromatrix, IDS Tunisia and IDS Mauritius, have additionally been named within the FIR.