Rahul Gandhi wrote on Twitter asking why the Modi government was not ready to investigate the Rafale agreement with JPC. Congress has asked a number of questions and challenged Prime Minister Modi to answer them by holding a press conference.
New Delhi: There will now be a French court investigation into allegations of corruption in the Rafale fighter and French aviation operations. The French government also appointed a judge, deciding on a $ 59,000 deal. The information was provided in a report in the French newspaper Mediapart. It has been reported this year that in 2016, the most serious investigation into the agreement between the two countries was officially launched from June 14. The French website had published several reports in April 2021 about allegations of breach of the Rafale agreement. In 2016, India had signed an agreement to purchase 36 Rafale aircraft in France, of which 24 aircraft have been acquired by India. Congress also raised questions in the Modi government on the matter.
Congress also intensified its attack on the Modi government over a deal to buy 36 Rafale aircraft. Congress, which has already raised the issue, now wants a question from the Joint Committee of Parliament and India.
Why the government is not ready for the JPC investigation into this agreement: Rahul Gandhi
In the wake of the investigation into the Rafale fighter jet agreement from France, the Congress party has directly attacked Prime Minister Modi. Rahul Gandhi wrote on Twitter asking why the Modi government was not ready to investigate the Rafale agreement with JPC. Congress has asked a number of questions and challenged Prime Minister Modi to answer them by holding a press conference.
India has paid the price, so why not check it out here: Pawan Khera
Congress spokesman Pawan Khera said orders had been issued to investigate the deal in France. Congress is asking that if the investigation continues in a profitable country through this agreement, then why can’t the investigation be carried out in India at a high cost.