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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Feb 12 2019


Rafael: CAG report sent to President, may be present in Parliament today

Delhi,12,February,2019

 

The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has forwarded its report to the President during the charges of alleged scandal and disturbances of the Congress party in Rafael Deal. Several opposition parties, including the Congress, are the attackers on the government about Rafael Deal. Sources have said that the government will keep the report of the CAG in Parliament today. According to sources, the CAG report to be kept in Parliament will not mention Rafael's price. 

 

 

 

 

 

Indeed, CAG send a copy of its report to the President and another copy to the Finance Ministry. It has been reported that the CAG has prepared a detailed 12-chapter detailed report on Raphael. Let me tell you that just a few weeks ago, the Ministry of Defense submitted a detailed reply to Rafael and the related report to the CAG, along with the important information of the purchase process, 36 Rafael prices were also reported.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This report of the CAG is quite long, which has been sent to the President first under the protocol. Now the CAG report on behalf of Rashtrapati Bhavan will be sent to the office of the Speaker of Lok Sabha and the office of the Rajya Sabha Chairman. Sources have said that the government will keep the report of the CAG in Parliament on Tuesday. The current session of the current 16th Lok Sabha is ending on Wednesday and this is its last session. 17th Lok Sabha will be formed after the general elections in April-May.

 

 

 

 

 

Air Marshal SBP Sinha, who led the Rafael negotiation on behalf of the Indian side , responded to Team Head's response on Monday in the media report. In a conversation with news agency ANI, he said that some notes are being taken selectively for proving one point. He clearly said that there is no truth in it. All 7 members who have given their final report to the Indian team have signed without any disagreement.

 

 

 

 

 

Air Marshal Sinha said in the contract with the government about the anti-corruption clause that till now our contract with the US and Russia was "contract between the government from the government". This is the third government contract from the government, Which happened to France. Such a clause was not with any of these.

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