Modi conspiring through agencies to pin our top leaders in AgustaWestland case: Congress

The Congress accused the Modi government of creating a “web of lies” and launching a “concerted conspiracy” against its leadership in the AgustaWestland case by using its investigative agencies.
Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala alleged that the statement of the lawyer of suspected middleman Christian Michel, who was detained in Dubai two days ago, shows that the Centre and its agencies are forcing him to make a false confessional statement against UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi.His statement comes after some media reports claimed that investigators questioning the suspected middleman in the ‘chopper kickbacks’ case were trying to extract a false confession from him that he personally knew Gandhi at the time the AgustaWestland chopper deal was finalised.Michel, in detention now, is accused of handling and routing over 60 million euros for AgustaWestland kickbacks. ”This is a concreted conspiracy. Never before in the history of India has a prime minister (Narendra Modi) been found complicit in gaining false evidence against opposition leaders to seek revenge,”