Purulia arms drop case now ‘under wraps’: CBI director

The key accused, Kim Peter Davy, claims that it was a conspiracy of the Indian government along with the RAW and MI5 to overthrow the communist regime in Bengal. The crew of the aircraft was arrested but released in 2004 after being pardoned by the president. Davy also claimed that he was given assurances from the Indian government about his safety and return to Denmark.  On 14 April, Davy  spoke to us from Denmark and requested the ‘new Indian government’ to reveal all ‘confidential documents’ on sensational ‘arms drop case’ held back by the PMO for more than 13 years. But when asked whether CBI will send its team to Denmark to bring Davy back to India, Sinha said, ‘We are not sending anyone to bring him back.’
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