France Responds To Rahul Gandhi’s Charges On Rafale Deal, Backs Govt’s Claim On Deal Secrecy


Reacting on the Rahul Gandhi’s statement over his alleged meeting with French president over Rafale deal and no secrecy pact about the agreement, the French government today said fighter jet deal in under classified category, the government can’t reveal the details of the deal. However, Rahul Gandhi said that he still stand by his statement.

France said the deal between India and France “legally binds the two States to protect the classified information provided by the partner.”

“We have noted the statement of Mr Rahul Gandhi before the Indian Parliament. France and India concluded in 2008 a Security agreement, which legally binds the two States to protect the classified information provided by the partner,” France said in a statement.  Read More

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