CAG Sends its Report to President on the Rafel Deal

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The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has sent its report to President Ramnath Kovind, in connection with the charges against the government on the Rafel Deal. The Opposition is waiting for this CAG report on Rafel Deal to be presented in Parliament.

On Monday, the CAG officially sent the report to the Rashtrapati Bhawan on the Rafael Deal. The CAG sends a copy of its report to the President and the other to the Ministry of Finance.

The CAG has prepared a detailed 12-chapter detailed report on Rafel. A few weeks ago, the Ministry of Defense submitted a detailed reply to Rafel and the relevant report to the CAG, in which prices of 36 Rafel were reported along with important information about the purchase process. Under the protocol, the CAG has sent this report to the President. Now this report will be sent to the office of the Speaker of the Lok Sabha Speaker and the office of the Rajya Sabha Chairman. After this the report can be kept in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

Congress continuously attacked

After a major disclosure on Monday about the Rafel deal, Congress party has asked, ‘What corruption was the Prime Minister Narendra Modi trying to hide?’ The report published on Monday in The Hindu suggests that some key anti-corruption provisions were removed while making changes in the standard defense procurement process a few days before signing the Rafel Deal.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi also targeted Prime Minister Modi and said that he has looted. Rahul said, “There are anti-corruption streams in every defense deal. The Hindu has reported that the PM has removed the anti-corruption block, it is clear that the PM helped in the loot.

Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala called the English newspaper sharing the news of ‘The Hindu‘, tweeted, “Modi ji also gave exemption in its anti-corruption provision after forgiving sovereign guarantee in the Rafel deal.” However, who wanted to hide what corruption? “

Senior party leader P. Chidambaram said, “Rafel Deals are being exposed more quickly than the government did not think.” He said that the price was increased first, then it was revealed that the Prime Minister’s Office weakened the efforts of the Indian negotiating team by parallel talks. It has now been disclosed that changes in the provisions of the standard defense procurement process were made. He also alleged that Dassault benefited only from this deal.

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Also Read: The Hindu Report