Rafale Row: Centre urges SC to remove leaked pages of secret document from review petition


The government on Thursday urged the Supreme Court to remove from the review petitions the leaked pages of the secret documents related to the Rafale fighter jet deal, claiming privilege.

During the hearing on petitions seeking review of the top court’s earlier order which gave a clean chit to the government in the fighter deal, Attorney General KK Venugopoal said the documents cited by the petitioners were the stolen ones.

“State documents can’t be published without explicit permission,” he said.  Venugopal maintained that the security of State supersedes everything.Read More

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