Indian court holds two more people sent from UAE in helicopter bribery case

Rajiv Saxena (C), an accused in India's abortive, scandal-tainted helicopter deal with Anglo-Italian firm Agusta Westland, is escorted by police as he leaves a court in New Delhi, India, January 31, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – An Indian court has ordered two men sent to India from the United Arab Emirates to be held pending trial over alleged bribery of government officials to buy helicopters, in a case which has become an issue in India’s upcoming general election. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought to embarrass the […]

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