Congress demands investigation against corruption in Rafale deal as French media has accused of scandal in figure jet sales

Highlight:

  • Confidential information about the price of the aircraft was leaked
  • French report with big charges
  • Congress against the Center

New Delhi: The Congress on Monday lashed out at the Center over French media reports that it had made serious revelations against the Center and Rafale war aircraft manufacturer Dassault. Congress leaders demanded that the Center revealed who got the money from the Raffles scandal and who removed the corrupt parts of the contract.

According to French media, the arbitrator leaked confidential documents negotiating between Indian officials and leaders in the Rafale deal, which makes a French company an aircraft. Augustan Westland chopper scam Indian businessman Sushant Gupta is a mediator in a media report. Mediapart alleges that he leaked classified documents of the Indian government related to the 2015 raffle deal to a French company.

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According to the report, Susan Gupta’s company Defysis had issued an invoice of around Rs 9 crore to Dassault, on the basis of which Dassault Aviation had handed over half the amount to Susan Gupta. The investigative report published in three parts contains serious references to the central government and Dassault in view of the findings of the French anti-corruption agency.

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi and AICC President Priyanka Gandhi are raising three main questions against the central government. “Who got the money from the scandal scandal? Who removed the anti-corruption parts of the contract? Who handed over the confidential documents of the Ministry of Defense to the arbitrator?” Questions from Congress leaders were via Twitter.

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Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also demanded an independent investigation into the raffles. He blamed new reports on “massive corruption” in the deal. He said the government exchequer had incurred a loss of at least Rs 21,000 crore and it was a fraudulent step to jeopardize national security.

On March 26, 2019, he asked if the Defense Ministry had seized confidential documents related to the Rafale deal from Sushant Gupta. It is alleged that the details of the talks held by the Indian team to determine the price of Rafale aircraft in December 2015, the final report and an excel sheet comparing it with the Eurofighter company’s product said it would offer flights to ED During the raid, a 20 percent discount was allegedly seized.

“Isn’t it a betrayal, then why did the Modi government not take action against the slaves, leaders or officials of the Ministry of Defense?” He asked. He alleged that the officials of the Ministry of Defense had demanded that the conditions included in the agreement should be maintained to prevent corruption, but it was approved by the Prime Minister and the Central Government.

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