CBI may questions Tatra Chief over Indian Army Bribery case

Vectra Chief Ravi Rishi, against whom FIR has registered by CBI earlier this week, has issued restraint order not to leave the country.

FIR has charged to NRI businessman, being accused in charge of the Army Chief’s bribery and lookout notice issued by CBI to may ask question him again over the Tatra truck deal case.

British businessman Rishi who is the Chairman of the Vectra Group the truck manufacturing company, has huge share in Tatra trucks, a Czech manufacturer.

However about its FIR, CBI is not sure, but the sale of 7000 trucks to the Army by Rishi’s Vectra Group as an offer a bribe six months in 2010 as allegation made by Army Chief VK Singh, put him under CBI investigation.

Source said, BEML, a public sector unit buys Tatra parts, assembled it in Bangalore and then sold to the Army. On basis of report, a raid has been struck on Tatra offices in Bangalore and Delhi on Friday by CBI authorities after charged FIR to unknown defense officials and authorities at BEML.

Name of retired Lt General Tejinder Singh has also come under Tatra truck deal. Gen V K Singh’s alleged that Tejinder Singh offered him a bribe for clearing “sub-standard” vehicles.

While CBI investigated from Lt. General Tejinder Singh on Friday, being denied from the allegations that damage his reputation, Lt General Tejinder Singh has filed a defamation case against the Army chief and other officers.

Meanwhile, CBI requires more evidence and clear detail from General before taking any legal action against any accused one.


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