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Rafale row: Manish Tewari tweets 'page one' of dissent note, highlights MoD claim that Indian position was 'weakened' by PMO

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Rafale row: Manish Tewari tweets 'page one' of dissent note, highlights MoD claim that Indian position was 'weakened' by PMOCongress leader Manish Tewari on Saturday published on Twitter what is allegedly the first page of the dissent note that the defence ministry had sent in 2015 to the Prime Minister's Office, expressing reservations to the latter holding "parallel discussions" in negotiating the Rafale fighter jets deal with France.
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News video: Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman rejects Rahul’s new Rafale charge

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman rejects Rahul’s new Rafale charge 04:09

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman rejected the newspaper report, which claimed that the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) ran a parallel negotiation on the Rafale fighter jet deal with France. Speaking in Lok Sabha, Sitharaman called the report ‘motivated’ and accused the Congress of “flogging a...

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