Centre tables CAG report on Rafale deal in Parliament

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Congress presses for JPC probe The Congress has been levelling allegations of corruption and impropriety in the deal to buy 36 fighter jets from France, a charge that the Centre has vehemently defended.

NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday tabled the CAG report on Rafale jet fighter deal amid uproar by opposition parties in Parliament. The leader of the single largest party in the Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge demanded a probe by a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) into the deal to which Union Minister Rajnath Singh hit back saying the opposition is repeating the same false facts.

The Congress has been levelling allegations of corruption and impropriety in the deal to buy 36 fighter jets from France, a charge that the Centre has vehemently defended.

The CAG report was tabled on Tuesday, a day before the end of the present Lok Sabha session, which is the last session before the general elections are held in April-May.

 

warns of 'surprise response' if war imposed Pakistan’s DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor accused India of making war threats and warned New Delhi of surprise response if war is imposed.

The meeting had been called against the backdrop of growing concerns about safeguarding citizens' data privacy and the possibility of social media platforms being used to interfere in the upcoming elections.

शहीदों के घर ‘दर्द का दरिया’ उमड़ा था और ‘प्राइम टाइम मिनिस्टर’ दरिया में शूटिंग कर रहे थे: राहुल गांधी

The Left parties, which have decided not to go in for any pre-poll alliances, are not likely to be part of the meeting, sources said. Decide strategy against BJP for Lok Sabha polls

As soon as the House met for the Budget session, the Chief Minister moved the resolution and termed the attack as "inhuman" and "barbaric".

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