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VVIP chopper case: Delhi court grants 4 days ED custody of Dubai-based businessman


NEW DELHI: A Delhi court docket on Thursday granted Enforcement Directorate (ED) 4 days custody of Rajeev Saxena, a Dubai-based businessman sought after in the VVIP chopper case.

The ED sought 8 days custody of Saxena before particular judge Arvind Kumar, who allowed the company to interrogate him for 4 days.


During the listening to, Saxena's legal professional claimed that his consumer was affected by cancer.


The company (ED), then again, said that this was had to be verified.


Meanwhile, the Enforcement Directorate on Thursday produced Deepak Talwar, also sought after in the VVIP chopper case, in a Delhi court docket. Talwar was produced before particular judge S S Mann. The ED has sought 14 days custody of the company aviation lobbyist.


Saxena and Talwar were picked up by way of Dubai government early on Wednesday in connection with the Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland VVIP choppers money laundering case and deported to India in the night time.


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