France is set to deliver more fighter jets to India, as allegations of corruption and cronyism continue to overshadow one of New Delhi's biggest defense deals.
A Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the Rafale deal will be able to examine witnesses, access all the government files, which the Supreme Court or the CVC never delved into.
The Rajya Sabha member alleged large-scale corruption in the form of payment of commission in the Rafale deal.
Rahul Gandhi put out an online survey asking why the Modi government is not ready for JPC probe.
French investigative website Mediapart has accused the French government of corruption in connection with its supply of 36 Rafale fighter jets to India.
A French judge will probe suspected 'corruption and favouritism' in the Rafale deal with India
‘We are absolutely on target with the Rafale induction plan,’ IAF Chief RKS Bhadauria said on Saturday
Congress media cell chief Randeep Singh Surjewala told reporters that the ‘allegations of causing loss to the exchequer, bribery and payment of commission in India’s biggest defence deal once again stare in the face of the Modi government’
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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh also announced that India will receive six additional Rafale jets by March, 2020
The first batch of the five Rafale jets arrived in India on July 29, nearly four years after India signed an inter-governmental agreement with France to procure 36 of the aircraft at a cost of Rs 59,000 crore.
India now has 11 Rafale aircrafts.
A total of 38 IAF aircraft and four planes of the Indian Army participated in the flypast on Tuesday.
A total of 38 IAF aircraft and four planes of the Indian Army will participate in the flypast on January 26
The first batch of five Rafale jets arrived in India on July 29 and the second batch of four Rafale jets is expected to arrive in India in the next four weeks.
An excited MS Dhoni expressed his delight at five Rafale fighter jets being formally inducted into the 17 Squadron of the IAF at a glittering ceremony at the Ambala air base
Traditional water cannon salute was given to the Rafale fleet before its ceremonial induction into the 17 squadron of the force.
'The touch down of Rafale combat aircrafts in India marks the beginning of a new era in our Military History,' Rajnath Singh said.
Heavy traffic jam on Delhi- Gurugram expressway at Gurugram- Delhi border due to barricading by Delhi Police, in the view of Shiromani Akali Dal workers and farmers' protests, near Sirhaul Toll Plaza in Gurugram.PTI Photo
Jharkhand BJP President Deepak Prakash during the launch of 'Seva aur Samarpan Abhiyan', on the occasion of the 71st birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at BJP headquarters in Ranchi,PTI Photo
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar addresses the inauguration function of 'Maha Tikakaran Abhiyan 2.0', on the ocasion of PM Narendra Modi's birthday, at Patliputra Sport Complex in Patna.PTI Photo
Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi attends the 42nd GST Council meeting, in Lucknow.PTI Photo/Nand Kumar
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