NEW DELHI: The CBI has issued a "look out notice" to prevent NRI businessman Ravi Rishi, owner of Britain-based Vectra group, from leaving the country, a CBI official said on Sunday.
The Central Bureau of Investigation has alerted all airports and border check points about Rishi, the official told IANS. Vectra group has been accused of alleged irregularities in the supply of Tatra trucks to the Indian Army. Army chief General VK Singh has alleged that he was offered Rs.14 crore in bribe to clear a file related to the purchase of the trucks. The CBI raided Tatra offices in Bangalore and New Delhi on Friday. Earlier, CBI had reportedly confiscated the passport of Ravi Rishi.