NEW DELHI: Businessman Rajeev Saxena, who was handed over by the UAE last year in a case related to the AugustaWestland VVIP chopper scandal, is set to be prosecuted, the Enforcement Directorate on Thursday told the Supreme Court. For being an approver.
Chief Justice S.A. The promise. The ED was challenging the Delhi High Court order, which required the issuer of a clemency certificate to withdraw the amnesty grant by filing an endorsement statement during the hearing.
The High Court suspended the order by giving notice to Saxena.
The ED claims that Saxena has clearly violated the amnesty clause by making false statements under Section 50 of the Money Laundering Prevention Act.


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