The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday said all documents in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam accused, Christian Michel, were submitted last year.
The clarification came after reports of an Italian daily that claimed that the CBI had not submitted all the documents in the Christian Michel case.
"Extradition proceedings are on and last year itself all documents were submitted. Wrong to presume evidence hasn't been shared," the CBI clarified.
According to sources, senior officials from the Enforcement Directorate and the CBI went to Dubai and questioned Christian Michel. However, the agency refused to say anything about his detention.
Earlier in the day, the ED filed a supplementary chargesheet in the AgustaWestland bribery case in the Patiala House court.
The chargesheet will be taken up for consideration on July 20.
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