Why PM Modi not telling Price of Rafale Fighter Jets?: Digvijaya Singh

Today is a proud day for the Indian Air Force. However, Everyone is waiting for fighter aircraft Rafale very eagerly. The landing of the first consignment of Rafale will take place at Ambala’s airbase.

Yogita S.

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Published on 29 July 2020 5:18 AM GMT

Why PM Modi not telling Price of Rafale Fighter Jets?: Digvijaya Singh
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New Delhi: Today is a proud day for the Indian Air Force. However, Everyone is waiting for fighter aircraft Rafale very eagerly. The landing of the first consignment of Rafale will take place at Ambala’s airbase.

Digvijaya Asking rates of Rafale:

Now when Rafael is coming, Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has made several tweets. Digvijaya Singh has once again questioned the deal, asking for the price of Rafale aircraft.

The Congress leader wrote that the price of one Rafale was fixed by the Congress government at 746 crores, but the "Chowkidar" Ji is refraining from telling how much of an Rafale he has bought till date, despite many demands in Parliament and even outside Parliament. . Why? Because the Watchman's theft will be exposed !! "Chowkidar" Now please tell the price !!

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Digvijaya Singh

Digvijay Singh wrote that after the coming of the Modi government, Modiji signed a new agreement with France without the approval of the Ministry of Defense and Finance and the Cabinet Committee and signed an agreement to give away the right to HAL to the private company. Ignoring national security, I decided to buy only 36 instead of buying 126 Rafale.

He also said that the UPA had decided in 2012 to buy 126 Rafale, out of which 18 were to be made by HAL in India, except Rafale. This was a proof of India's self-reliance, the price of one Rafale was fixed at Rs 746 crore.

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Digvijay Singh wrote that while assessing national security, the Ministry of Defense had recommended the purchase of 126 Rafale, which the UPA agreed to. Now why did Modi ji decide to buy 36 Rafale instead of 126? No response even when asked. Did Modi ji not compromise with national security?

Rafael planes flew from France on Tuesday, after which they were once fueled in the air. After which the five fighters stayed at the UAE’s Al Dafra base. All aircraft will fly from here on Wednesday morning, after which they can reach Ambala in India by 2 pm.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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