New Delhi, June 15: In a massive development in the Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday filed a chargesheet against Christian Michel James and two other middlemen, sources state. Also Read - Rhea’s Neighbour Who Claimed SSR Met Rhea A Day Before His Death, Makes U-turn in Front of CBI

Michel, has been accused by the CBI and the ED of working at the behest of AgustaWestland and its parent Italian major Finmeccanica. Also Read - SSR Case: We Will Go After People Who Defamed and Tried To Destroy Her Life and Morale, says Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer

He has been accused of routing funds to India meant to bribe officials.Earlier, he had asserted that he never met Congress President Sonia Gandhi, and that he is ready to be questioned by Indian investigators, as he wants to clear his name.(ALSO READ:Agusta Westland scam: Finmeccanica invited Indian journalists on a fully paid tour to Italy). Also Read - No Link Between Bhim Army And PFI, Claims of Rs 100 Crore Pumped For Hathras Protest Untrue, Says ED

Earlier this month, the ED reportedly conducted searches on the premises in the city of Suraj Prakash Mehra, a businessman who was allegedly in contact with Christian Michel. AgustaWestland scam