They mentioned the team requested him to corroborate various contracts he experienced signed with Finmeccanica and AgustaWestland and the payments received from these corporations.
Michel, 57, is beneath frequent medical observation with a group deployed to check his overall health parameters, they claimed.
He was supplied normal Indian food items from the CBI canteen as for every his dietary demands, they claimed.
The agency is keeping in letter and spirit the orders and treatments of custodial interrogation, they mentioned, incorporating that he was supplied plenty of time to sleep and rest tonight.
The CBI has also acquired ask for for consular access to Michel from the British Superior Fee as a result of the External Affairs Ministry which is beneath method, CBI spokesperson Abhishek Dayal claimed.
The officials reported there are a lot of files which the company experienced received from the Italian authorities which had been probing the issue before, moreover the materials collected by it in the course of the lookups.
A ton of product desires corroboration and his questioning will also fill gaps in income trail of bribe volume, they said.
The resources refused to remark if Michel was cooperating, but reported he is answering the queries of the investigating crew.
The company has alleged that Michel has evaded any probe in the matter which places him on a different pedestal than Guido Haschke — a different middleman — who confronted demo in Italy and entered in plea discount.
The CBI had submitted a chargesheet towards him in September very last year.
He was extradited from Dubai following clearance from the UAE federal government and is in the custody of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) till December 10.
Michel is one particular of the a few middlemen becoming probed in the case, aside from Italian Guido Haschke (US and Italian nationality) and Carlo Gerosa (Swiss and Italian nationality).
It was alleged that he had entered into a prison conspiracy with co-accused persons, which provided then IAF main SP Tyagi and his spouse and children associates, and the general public servants had abused their formal positions by cutting down support ceiling of the VVIPs helicopter from 6,000 m to 4,500 m.
The reduction in ceiling built AgustaWestland qualified for deal worthy of 556.262 million Euros, which was awarded to it by the Defence Ministry on February 08, 2010, for procurement of 12 VVIP helicopters.
On January 1, 2014, India scrapped the contract with Italy-based Finmeccanica’s British subsidiary AgustaWestland for supplying 12 AW-101 VVIP choppers to the IAF around alleged breach of contractual obligations and expenses of spending kickbacks to securing the deal.