Paris: There is a new twist between the political war that has rattled Rafael in the country. French President François Hollande has said that the Indian government had proposed the name of Anil Ambani’s Reliance for the Rafael deal and the Dassault Aviation Company did not have the second option.
Holland’s big statement
According to an interview published in a French magazine, Oland said that the name of Reliance was given by the Indian government.
Olympand said that Dassault Aviation does not have the role to choose from.
Oland said that Dassault talks with the service group given by the Indian government. Dassault contacted Anil Ambani. They did not have any choice.
He said that he was given the interlocutor who accepted him.
Investigation of the statement made by the Ministry of Defense
The Ministry of Defense issued a statement saying that the statement of former President of France, Olympaad is being examined. At the same time, it has been said that there was no role of any government in France or India in the whole deal. This case of Olympand rejects the government’s claim that the agreement between Dassault and Reliance was a commercial pack, which happened between two private firms. There was no role of government in this.
Tiwari attacks on aircraft prices
Congress leader Manish Tewari, while retracting this article, asked Holland, “Please tell us how Rafale has spent Rs 590 crores in 2012 in the amount of Rs 1690 crores in 2015. I know that because of the euro it’s calculation There is no problem. ”
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President (Former) Francois Hollande should also enlighten us how the price went up from 590 crore in 2012 to 1690 crores in 2015 per Rafale fighter jet? Escalation of a mere 1100 cr. I’m sure the Euro equivalent will not be a problem to calculate @jubouissou @fhollande
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Former French President François Hollande contradicts the Indian government According to him, Anil Ambani (Reliance Defense) was not selected by Dassault: “We did not have a choice.” #Rafalehttps: //www.mediapart.fr/journal/international/ 210918 / en-inde-francois-hollande-s-invite-dans-l-affaire-des-avions-rafale? Page_article = 2 …
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Let the Congress know about the fact that Hindustan Aeronautics was not involved in this deal. On this, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Defense Minister Sitharaman responded that this agreement was made between two private companies. There was no hand of government in this.
Defense Minister Sitharaman had said that the government-owned government company is not technically able to make this aircraft technically in many cases. T. Suvarna Raju, former head of HAL, had said that the HAL fighter could make airplanes. TS Raju had said that the French company was given a contract to make the aircraft so that it could be made cheaply by making it.
Rahul’s attack on Defense Minister
Congress President Rahul Gandhi had accused Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman of misleading the country in the Rafael case. The opposition party had sought the resignation of Defense Minister, referring to former Chief T. Suvarna Raju Caban of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).
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The RM (Rafale Minister) tasked with defending corruption The former HAL chief, T S Raju, has nailed her lie, that HAL did not have the ability to build the RAFALE. Her position is untenable & she should resign https://m.hindustantimes.com/india-news/hal-could-have-built-rafale-jets-in-india-says-former-boss/story-Cr0dMhZXToq1GBIdXY97YI.html …
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HAL had built Rafale jets in India, says former boss
HAL has publicly commented on the questions about the Rafale deal.
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Defense Minister is asking for resignation
Congress President Rahul Gandhi had accused Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman of misleading the country in the Rafael case. The opposition party had asked the resignation of the Defense Minister, referring to the statement of former chief T. Suvarna Raju of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).