Rafale deal: Supreme Court says will first decide on preliminary objection raised by Centre


The Centre’s decision to block the SC from viewing the ‘leaked’ Rafale documents by claiming ‘privilege’ met with strong disapproval from the three judges, who reserved orders on the govt’s objection

Attorney General KK Venugopal: These documents should not have been produced before SC. We are claiming privilege under Section 123 of Evidence Act

Judges: Your RTI Act Section 22&24 does not exclude defence organisations. You are bound to disclose information  Read More

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