VVIP Chopper case: Saxena moves Delhi court to become approver
New Delhi: Rajeev Saxena, who was arrested in the Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland money-laundering case, Wednesday moved a Delhi court to become an approver in the case.
Special Judge Arvind Kumar sought the Enforcement Directorate's response on Saxena's plea.The court has posted the matter for hearing tomorrow. Saxena, who was present in the court, moved his application directly, saying it was "out of free will" and "without any coercion" and prayed that he "will make a full disclosure subject to the grant of pardon"."The applicant humbly prays, without prejudice to his defence, that he may be granted pardon approver under Section 306 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 subject to the condition that he will make a full disclosure, to the extent, the facts are within his knowledge of which he will make a true and proper disclosure subject to the grant of pardon," his application said. Saxena said he has cooperated with the investigation throughout and has made known entire facts regarding the case.