Tatra Truck Deal: CBI seizes accused Ravi Rishi's passport

Tatra Truck
New Delhi, Apr 1: The investigative agency Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) seized passport of Ravi Rishi, the main accused of the controversial Tatra Truck Deal with Indian Army. The CBI on Sunday, Apr 1 issued restraint order to prevent the NRI businessman from leaving the country.

The investigative agency earlier on Friday interrogated Ravi Rishi and sources informed that they are all set to grill the NRI businessman once again on Monday over the same bribery scam involving Indian Army chief, VK Singh.

The CBI claimed that it needs more proof and specific details before it can register a case and that it wants specific details from the General regarding the case.

CBI conducted massive search in Ravi Rishi's premises and several other places over the same bribery scam in which the army chief claimed that he was offered Rs 14 crore bribe for Tatra truck deal. London-based Ravi Rishi owns Vectra Group and holds a major stake in Tatra.

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