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Chopper deal: MHA to tell how accused reached Germany

Two top officials of departments under the Union home ministry have been directed by a Delhi court to explain how one of the accused in the Rs 3,600 crore VVIP helicopter deal scam was allowed to go to Germany without its permission.

Observing this as a ‘serious lapse’, special CBI judge Ravinder Kaur issued notices to Joint Director of Immigration Bureau and the DCP of Foreigner Regional Registration Offices (FRRO) seeking their explanations by 23 October.

One of the accused Pratap Kishan Aggarwal, chairman and managing director of IDS Infotech, was allowed by the court to travel to UK, Scotland, Denmark, Sweden, France, the Netherlands and Belgium from 13 September to 6 October but it was brought to the notice of the judge that he had also travelled to Germany.
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