VVIP chopper deal will be scrapped if any wrongdoing found: Antony

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Responding to a query that Special Protection Group (SPG) had the final say in clearing the deal, despite some objections by the Defence Ministry, he said, "Initially Air Force and SPG, citing security reasons, they had recommended this case. Beyond that I cannot say anything at this moment. Everything is now with the CBI."

On whether former SPG Chief B V Wanchoo's name has allegedly surfaced, Antony said, "At this moment I am not in the position to say anything about the details. Let the CBI inquire that. I don't want to say who is right, who is wrong. I am not a judge, I am not the investigating officer."

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