Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday mentioned that “Congress is raising questions on Rafale deal to hide their failures.”
“Supreme Court today did a great work for India. Congress is raising questions on Rafale deal to hide their failures. There was no truth in that and Supreme Court proved it today. If Congress and its President have morals, they should apologise before the nation,” ANI quoted Pradhan as saying.
His feedback got here just some hours after Congress president Rahul Gandhi got here out all weapons blazing on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and alleged that there was huge corruption within the Rafale deal.
Gandhi additionally reiterated the Congress’ demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the deal. He claimed that if it was carried out, names of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and businessman Anil Ambani will come to the fore.
Against the federal government resolution to procure 36 Rafale fighter jets, 4 writ petitions have been filed however not one of the petitioners together with ex-Union ministers Arun Shourie and Yashwant Sinha have been ready to fulfill the Supreme Court to register FIR by the CBI for a court-monitored probe.