The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) raides seven places in the country on Saturday in connection with the former army chief General VK Singh bribery case. The raids are still on at the residences of Lt General Tejinder Singh, Tatra chief Ravi Rishi and a...
The Ministry of Defence might have ignored categorical objections and warnings from the then Secretary of Defence Production RK Singh. He had written about his reservations about the supply of Tatra trucks in 2009.
The Ministry of Defence suspends state-owned company BEML's chairman, VRS Natarajan. This move comes after the CBI stated that Natarajan's presence at the company could destruct the fair investigation into the Tatra truck scam.
The Centre has suspended VRS Natarajan, Chairman and Managing Director of Bharat Earth Movers Limited, on the basis of the CBI's recommendation that such was move was necessary to ensure a fair and tansparent investigation into the Tatra Truck deal.
Responding to VK Singh's comments against BEML's integrity, VRS Natarajan reciprocates with threats of a defamation suit against the former Army Chief adding that all the allegations are false and baseless.
According to an expose by the 'Outlook' magazine, Tatra Sipox had violated Defence Ministry rules on multiple levels. The expose also links Ravi Rishi to massive price mark ups in purchase of Atlas cranes.
A 2009 letter accessed by Headlines Today which is written by the then Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad to Defence Minister AK Antony reveals that the latter was very well aware of the Tatra truck deal.