France Says Rafale Deal Details Classified, But Rahul Stands Firm On Allegations Against Modi Govt


The French government has responded to Rahul Gandhi’s assertion in Parliament on Friday that the secrecy pact for the Rafale aircraft deal does not cover pricing details of the fighter jets, saying that the 2008 agreement signed by the two nations legally binds protection of classified information.

Gandhi had launched a no-holds barred attack on the Narendra Modi government during the no-confidence motion in Lok Sabha, saying that France does not have any objection to the government disclosing pricing details of the 36 jets India had bought in 2016. Read More

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