Aircraft deal: CBI files case against French company Airbus Industries
CBI sources said the agency has booked French company Airbus Industries and seven officials which held senior positions in the Indian Airlines which was later merged with Air India.
The sources said the then officials including deputy managing director, director (planning), director (finance), functional director (engineering), general manager (engineering) and two deputy general managers one of whom is now posted in the vigilance wing have been made accused in the case.
They said agency will soon start their questioning and recording of statements. Airbus has denied any wrongdoing and refuted allegations.
The agency had concluded its preliminary enquiry in the matter last year and sought the permission of the Civil Aviation Ministry to prosecute officials in the case, CBI sources said.
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