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    ED opposed the bail plea of a woman Director


    The ED opposed Friday a bail request from a Dubai-based management woman in the case of money laundering linked to the Agustoistland helicopter encryption agreement. Prosecutors Naveen Kumar Mata of special judge Arvind Kumar did not ask for any security for Shivani Saxena, citing the nature of the serious crime against the accused woman. The court prosecutor said that if she had been released on bail, she could falsify the evidence or affect the witnesses.
    The case was filed by the court on 7 October for further hearings. On September 13, the Branch abolished Shivani Saxena under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
    Last June, the Ministry of Defense presented the first complementary document in the case against British citizen Christian Michel James, based in Delhi Media Exim Limited and its director RK. Nanda and former director JP Superamaniam in the ongoing investigation into money laundering in a helicopter deal is 60,000 crore crore.
    The first charge sheet in the case was filed in November 2014 against businessman Gautam Khitan, his wife Reto, Arimatrix, based in Chandigarh, and two alleged Italian intermediaries Guido Ralph Heschk and Carlo Jerosa.
    The alleged mediators were able to advance in the Indian Air Force to influence and sabotage its position on reducing the helicopter service cap from 6,000 meters to 4,500 meters in 2005, after which Agostaustland became eligible to provide 12 helicopters for tasks of VIB.
    Shivani, the wife of Rajiv Shamshir Bahadur Saxena, a resident of Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, was arrested on 17 July.
    The Ministry of Defense claimed that Shivani and her husband Rajiv were partners and managers of Dubai-based companies Ohi Saxena and Matrix Holdings Limited, where proceeds of crime were routed and used to buy real estate and shares.
    British company Agstaastland International paid € 58 million in bribes through Gordian Services Sarl and Eds Sarl in Tunis, which transferred money to Interstellar Technologies Ltd., based in Mauritius, under cover of consulting contracts, the firm said. Funds for these two companies Dubai.
    Shivani Saxena was the second suspect arrested by the management in the case. In 2014, the agency arrested Gautam Kheitan for his alleged role in bribing the purchase of 12 O-101 helicopters. Kheitan is currently on bail.
    The case is based on an investigation conducted by the Central Bureau of Investigation, which arrested former head of the Pakistani armed forces Tiyagi and two others in connection with the case in 2016.
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