After questioning former Deputy chief of Indian Air Force JS Gujral in the Rs 3600 crore AgustaWestland chopper deal, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is now looking forward to grill former Indian Air Force (IAF) chief SP Tyagi.
According to reports, Tyagi will be grilled on Monday. Meanwhile, Enforcement Directorate also summoned Tyagi on Saturday and asked him to appear before it next week.
This is the first time that the ex-Chief Of Staff of the Indian Air Force has been summoned by the central agency.
On Saturday, former Deputy chief of Indian Air Force JS Gujral was quizzed for 9 hours , Gujaral was one of the many senior officials who were part of the meeting in 2005 to decide the height ceiling for the choppers.
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According to reports, CBI has examined over 100 people in connection with the case including all the Indian accused as it needs to examine five foreign nationals. They said the agency has received response of Letter Rogatory from Italy while partial responses have been received from British Virgin Islands, the United Kingdom and Tunisia. However, to arrive at any conlcusion CBI needs responses from other countries as well.