Rafale deal: Narendra Modi govt followed UPA's policy on 'intergovernmental agreements made without SOP'
Monday, 11 February 2019 () The Indian negotiating team, which firmed up the deal for procurement of 36 Rafale fighter aircraft from French company Dassault through an inter-governmental agreement, followed that policy of the UPA government, top official sources said
While speaking to ANI on Rafale deal, Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that every defence deal has an anti-corruption clause. He launched an attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Rafale issue saying that the Prime Minister facilitated loot.
A fresh war of words has broken out between the Congress and the BJP over the CAG audit report on the Rafale deal. At a press conference in New Delhi, Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that the CAG..
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In the Rafale deal signed in 2016, the country's top auditor said that compared to the 126 aircraft deal of the UPA, India managed to save 17.08% money for the... Firstpost Also reported by •IndiaTimes •DNA •Rediff.com