New Delhi, Dec 14:The Rafale deal got an all clear from the Supreme Court on Friday., The court made it clear that it found no irregularities and also observed a country cannot be underprepared. It is not right for a court to sit as an appellant authority and scrutinise all aspects.
New Delhi, Dec 14:The Supreme Court of India has found no irregularities in the government’s decision making process to procure the 36 Rafale jets from Dassault under the Indo-French intergovernmental agreement.
New Delhi, Dec 14:In a major boost to the Union Government, the Supreme Court on Friday said that it found no irregularities in the Rafale deal. The court said that there were no irregularities, no commercial favouritism and added that it would not go into the pricing.
New Delhi, Nov 13: The Centre told the Supreme Court that the state owned Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) failed to become an offset partner in the Rafale deal as there were several unresolved issues it had with Dassault, the French company.
New Delhi, Oct 31: The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Centre to appraise it about the details, price and cost of the Rafale jets. The direction was issued by the Court despite the Centre raising objections to the same.