CBI registers case against alleged arms dealer Sanjay Bhandar in Pilatus aircraft deal

22 Jun 2019 08:30 PM

CBI registers case against alleged arms dealer Sanjay Bhandar in Pilatus aircraft deal

Updated 22 Jun 2019 08:30 PM

The CBI has booked controversial arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari and others in connection with the alleged corruption in the Rs 2895 crore deal of 75 Pilatus basic trainer aircraft for the Indian Air Force in 2009, officials said Saturday.
The agency has carried out searches at nine locations in Delhi-NCR including at the residence and office of Bhandari, and the office of Pilatus, they said.
The action comes after findings of a three-year-old inquiry by the CBI showed a prima facie case of corruption against the accused.

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