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CAG report on Rafale Deal can be held today in Parliament

CAG report on Rafale Deal can be held today in Parliament, Meanwhile, there has been a political upheaval on the day-to-day disclosure of media. It is being told that in the report, Rafale has been compared with the competitive jet in the report.

CAG report on Rafale Deal can be held today in Parliament

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The report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) on Rafael Deal will be kept in Parliament today. It is being said that it has been compared with the price of a compatriot of French fighter aircraft with Eurofighter Typhoon Jet offers. In the CAG report prepared on 11  purchases for the IAF, there are about 32 pages focused on Rafale Deal of Rs 59,000 crore. Although the auditor has kept pricing confidential while evaluating the Rafale deal and compared with the persistent terms with the only competing company.

CAG report on Rafale Deal can be held today in Parliament, While evaluating 10 other purchases ( which are part of the report) for the IAF, the auditor also mentioned the prices. During the UPA regime, the lowest bid was made for Rafale (L-1) under the original MMRCA (Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft) project of 126 fighter aircraft. Apart from this, the Eurofighter was only qualified in the technical trials in 6 competitors.

However, the MMRCA negotiations fell into disputes over price pricing, guarantee, and production cost under the Man Overs and HAL license. After this NDA cancelled the project and finalized a deal worth 59,000 crores for buying 36 Rafael fighter in the air conditioning with Tavi aviation. This agreement was with France in September 2016. For the latest news or more updates visit Indiatimelines.com.

CAG report on Rafale Deal can be held today in Parliament

Both the UPA and NDA governments ignored the Eurofighter’s offer of a 20 percent discount on the ground. It was believed that considering this after the L-1’s selection, it would be a violation of the Defense Procurement Process (DPP) and the related CVC guidelines.

Now the CGA audit on Purchase of IAF is between 2012- 2017. out of 11 deals, Five were done during the UPA, while Six deals were held during the NDA regime. The request to avoid pricing from Rafale Deal has been requested by the Ministry of Defense, who said that it will violate the secrecy clause and the capabilities of the fighter aircraft will be exposed.

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