Rafale Office Break-in: Vital Hard Disk Not Taken, Says Defence Source


Several documents were stolen in the break-in at the Indian Air Force (IAF) Rafale Project Management Team office in France last week, according to defence sources. However, a crucial hard disk was left behind by the culprits, who accessed three rooms.

“There were documents, disks with information and a crucial hard disk. The hard disk is intact,” a defence source told The Hindu. But it is unclear if the hard disk was accessed by the culprits, the source added.

The PMT, consisting of four IAF officers and headed by a Group Captain, is overseeing the implementation of the €7.87 billion Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) for 36 Rafale multi-role jets in fly-away condition. Read more

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