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AgustaWestland deal: ED seeks time to reply to Tyagi's plea for Switzerland visit

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

The (ED) on Saturday sought time to file a reply on the application filed on behalf of Tyagi, cousin of former Indian SP Tyagi and accused of in chopper deal, for seeking permission to travel to

It has been alleged that kickbacks were exchanged in the procurement of VVIP chopper from Italian firm Alleged middleman Christian Michel James, a British national, was only recently extradited to from the UAE. He is currently in the CBI custody till December 10.

Tyagi, who recently got bail by the in the case, is seeking permission to travel to from January 9 to January 14. The has sought the reply of on his application.

It is worth mentioning that Tyagi, along with former S P Tyagi and have also sought withdrawal of the circular issued against them.

SP Tyagi and his three cousins-Sanjeev, Rajeev, and others are the accused of in the VVIP chopper deal. The granted bail to them on September 12 on a bond of Rs 1 lakh each with the condition that the accused persons shall not leave without the court's prior permission.

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First Published: Sat, December 08 2018. 18:54 IST