AgustaWestland Case: Indian Court Adjourns To December 22 On UK National Michel’s Bail Plea
Raising its objection against bail petition CBI said, Michel might flee anywhere as he had already tried to escape from UAE just before his extradition (Photo: /AFP/Getty Images).
Radhakrishna N S
An Indian court on Wednesday (19) has adjourned its proceedings to December 22 for its order on a bail petition filed by British businessman Christian Michel, alleged middleman arrested in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper case. The advocate representing the Michel, 57, argued in the court that his client was not required for custodial questioning and there is no point in keeping the accused in the custody of country’s federal probe agency, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). “My handwriting has already been taken. There were no original documents with the CBI to match it with. I have volunteered to provide all…
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