Thursday, 27 September 2018

Rahul corners PM Modi, Anil Ambani over Rafale


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on Thursday intensified his attack on the controversial Rafale deal by accusing of choosing the Defence over state-run (HAL) to benefit Anil  Gandhi's scion also accused of having not returned Rs 45,000 crore allegedly taken from the Public Sector Banks.
Kick-starting his two-day visit to the poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, the at a pubblic gathering here said, "Anil has not even constructed one in his whole life so far. He is in debt of Rs 45,000 crore. He has taken money from Public Sector Banks and has not returned Rs 45,000 crore yet. Modi gave Rafale contract to Anil Ambani's firm, instead of HAL."
questioned why the Bengaluru-based HAL was denied the contract. He also alleged that the contract was given to Defence which was set up just 10 days prior to the deal. "HAL was given the Rafale contract to generate jobs. It had 70 years of experience, but later the contract was given to which had 10 days of experience only," Gandhi pointed out.
He further elaborated, "The said that since Rafale deal was a secret pact the price can't be revealed. When French was here, I met him and asked if there is a secret pact on the price? He said no, if Modi wants to reveal he can do so. Hindustan ke chaukidaar ne chori kar di (India's watchman has done the theft."
Continuing his tirade against the Prime Minister, Gandhi expressed his concern over unemployment in the country and the future of the youth.
He said it is a matter of shame that of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's idol is being made in  "Ji is making Sardar Patel's statue in  It will be world's tallest statue but it will be 'Made in China' like our shoes and shirts. It's a matter of shame," he added.
Prior to the public rally, offered prayers at the famous in Chitrakoot, a religious town closely associated with Lord 
The Rafale controversy took a new twist last week after former French president claimed that the proposed Defence's name as the offset partner for Dassault 
The has been accusing the Centre of irregularities in the high-profile Defence fighter jets contract, alleging that the central government was procuring each at a cost of over Rs 1,670 crore as against Rs 526 crore finalised by the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. The Congress has time and again asked the Prime Minister Modi-led government to reveal the price details of the and how the rate of each aircraft has shot up. However, the government has refused to share the details, citing a secrecy clause of 2008 pact between and 

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