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Chopper deal: Accused firm moves court for defreezing account

Aeromatrix Info Solutions private limited, an accused firm in the Rs 3,600 crore VVIP helicopter deal scam, has moved a Delhi court seeking defreezing of its bank account for paying salaries to its employees.

The Chandigarh-based firm, in its petition, has said that CBI has frozen its bank account having around Rs 1.4 crore in it and they want money to pay their employees.

Special CBI Judge Ravinder Kaur today directed the firm to furnish the details of the bank account and employees who are to be paid salary and fixed the matter for further hearing on 20 April.

CBI prosecutor V K Sharma opposed the plea of the company for defreezing of their bank account.

Former IAF chief S P Tyagi has also been named as an accused by the CBI in the chopper deal.
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