Few months after CAG given clean chit to Modi on Rafale deal, the Supreme Court of India also given clean chit to Modi. SC dismissed the review petitions on grounds that they lacked merit. Which proves Modi-led government in the fighter jet agreement with French firm Dassault Aviation was a fair deal.
The controller and auditor general (CAG) released report on Dassault Rafale deal. The detailed report that tabled in Rajya Sabha says, compared to the 126 aircraft deal, India saved 17.08% money for the contract of 36 Rafale aircrafts.
The CAG report said that compared to the deal for the procurement of 126 fighter aircraft, the Modi lead National Democratic Alliance government managed to save 17.08 per cent of money for the India-specific enhancements in the contract for acquisition of 36 Rafale planes.
The process for procurement of 126 Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft was initiated during the previous Italian-proxy government through tendering process and Rafale was selected as the lowest bidder. However the Manmohan robot government ended up spending money on much needed innovations like ‘Make gold from potatoes’
(Aloo–Sona) machines, BHEL (Puffed rice) Smartphones. Such great innovations costed lots of money for the Italian-proxy government so couldn’t procure any Rafale aircrafts.
Now looking at the events unfolded, Rahul Gandhi should be taking his best logical moves like hanging out with Guru Afzal Dev or Anthony Bourdain. And Divyaspandana should be getting back to B class Kannada movies.