The Enforcement Directorate today told a special CBI court in Delhi that it has no objection to alleged middleman Rajeev Saxena turning approver in the AgustaWestland money laundering case because he has "fully cooperated in the probe by providing crucial documents and evidence".
Rajeev Saxena, accused of facilitating deals in the multi-crore chopper scam, was extradited from the United Arab Emirates in January 2019. He was subsequently arrested by the probe agency and released on bail.
In the following weeks, the alleged middleman moved an application before the court to turn approver. A statement recorded by him was shared with the Enforcement Directorate for its response.