- The 225-page Italian court’s judgment in Milan exposes the role of Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh in AgustaWestland Chopper Deal.
- The judgment of the appeal court in Milan convicting AgustaWestland chopper company chief Giuseppe Orsi described how the firm paid bribes to top Congress leaders in India and lobbied with them to bag the Rs 3,600-crore ($451 million) deal.
- The note says Political leaders were to be allotted 15 to 16 Million Euro and the name shown to political level was noted as AP. Only one political leader to whom the money handed over is shown as AP, which refers to Ahmed Patel as confirmed on page 204
- The note also shows on sharing the commission with ‘Family’ and the Judgment says it meant the family of the then Air Force Chief S P Tyagi
- According to the handwritten notes seised from middlemen, the judgment says that the political leaders accepted the commission of 15 to 16 million Euros (around Rs120 to 125 crore) in the controversial purchase of 12 VVIP chopper deal.
- It also names the role of Sonia Gandhi’s trusted aide and AICC General Secretary Oscar Fernandes and the then National Security Advisor MK Narayanan (Page 193).
- Sonia Gandhi’s name (signora GANDHI) is mentioned four times
- Two times each on page 193 and 204 of the judgment, convicting Orsi and other officials of Finmeccanica
- Orsi and other officials were convicted for four and a half years.
Page Nos. 163 and 164 names Manmohan Singh and details that Orsi used Italian leadership and diplomats to contact the then Prime Minister to scuttle the probe by non-cooperation from Indian government side The question is, who are these Agusta Jounos?