Defence Minister AK Antony on Wednesday said certain notes have come to light suggesting that middlemen in the VVIP chopper deal were trying to target certain Indian leaders but their authenticity is "not proved".
CBI has shared crucial documents with the Enforcement Directorate (ED) showing money trail of the alleged Rs 362-crore kickback in the VVIP chopper deal with Anglo-Italian firm AgustaWestland.
CBI said former Air Chief S P Tyagi and other accused in case relating to kickbacks in the Rs 3,600 crore VVIP helicopter deal will have to take permission of the agency before leaving the country.
Indian Air Force and Defence Accounts Department will join CBI formed to probe allegation of payment of kickbacks in Rs 3,600 crore VVIP helicopter deal as investigators prepare to examine suspects.
Day in Pics: 25th December
Showbiz World - December 25, 2014
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