Light Copter Bid Stalled Further By Brigadier's 'Role'

A decision on the all-but-officially scrapped bid for 197 light reconnaissance & surveillance helicopters (RSH) for the Army and Indian Air Force, will be officially held off until the government addresses a recommendation by the Indian Army that a serving Brigadier (who's name I reported in October last year) be probed for allegations that he was in touch with AgustaWestland and offered to manipulate RSH field trials in exchange for $5-million. The Brigadier's name found mention in documents found by Italian investigators at the residence of arms agent Ralph Guido Haschke's mother.

See also:
India's 197 Copter Deal Suspended, Indefinitely
R.I.P. India's 197 Copter Deal: Magazine Report
197 Copter Deal Needs To Be Examined: IAF Chief