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Former Air Chief Marshal S.P.Tyagi arriving at the CBI headquarters for AgustaWestland scam in New Delhi

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    Regarding kickbacks he allegedly received in the Rs. 3600 crore deal.

    Retired Air Chief Marshal S.P. Tyagi, a prime accused in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal case, appeared in front of the CBI for a second round of questioning

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    The fresh round of questioning was necessitated after the April 7 order of an Italian court made references to his name.

    Both Mr. Tyagi and former Deputy Chief of Indian Air Force J.S. Gujral, who is also connected to the case, have already been questioned at length in 2013

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    hrough their Tunisia-based companies, Gordian Services Sarl and IDS Tunisia, mostly in the guise of consultancy charges

    Enforcement directorate investigations had earlier revealed that €1.05 million was paid to the three cousins of the former Air Chief Marshal, by Haschke and Gerosa

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    so that AgustaWestland was included in the bids.

    The allegation against the former Air Chief was that he had reduced flying ceiling of the helicopter from altitude ceiling requirement from 6,000 m to 4,500 m (15,000ft)

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    Following painstaking investigations, five immovable properties of the Tyagi brothers, worth Rs. 6.2 crore, have been provisionally ...

    However, this decision was taken allegedly in consultation with the officials of SPG and the Prime Minister’s Office including then NSA M K Narayanan.

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    Offering himself up for interrogation by Indian agencies CBI and ED who are investigating the Rs. 3,565 Cr VVIP Chopper deal, the alleged ...

    CBI has alleged reduction of the service ceiling — maximum height at which a helicopter can perform normally — allowed the UK—based firm to get into the fray as, otherwise, its helicopters were not even qualified for submission of bids.

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    between April 2011 and December 2011 after the contract was signed on February 8, 2010, for the supply of 12 helicopters,” the spokesperson ...

    “Payment €4.05 lakh (about Rs. 2.49 crore) to the Tyagi brothers was made through the banking channel between 2004 and 2011 and the remaining amount was paid in cash

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