Rafale row: MoD denies allegation of waivers in offset agreements

The Ministry of Defence on Tuesday denied the allegations levelled against the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) of giving waivers in offset contracts in the controversial Rafale deal.

Terming the information published in The Hindu newspaper as “incorrect”, the MoD said, “The Offset contract was signed between the Government of India and the Vendors. DPP provisions pertaining to Access to books of accounts, arbitration, Use of undue influence and Agents/ Agency commission have been included in the Offset contracts. The author is deliberately concealing this information from the public to sensationalise the issue.” Read More

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