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Rahul Gandhi on Rafale Deal: Globalised corruption will drop bombs in coming weeks


Targeting at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi over allegations of fraud in the controversial Rafale deal, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday hit out at him again. Citing a media report Rahul took a jibe and said that the globalised corruption will drop big bunker buster bombs in the next couple of weeks.

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Raising the issues for multiple times, Rahul took to Twitter on Friday and wrote, “Globalised corruption. This #Rafale aircraft really does fly far and fast! It’s also going to drop some big bunker buster bombs in the next couple of weeks.” He also took a jibe at Anil Ambani stating that there is a big problem in France.

The Congress president was referring to a report published in the Indian Express which stated Anil Ambani’s Reliance Entertainment entered into a deal to produce a film with Hollande’s partner and actor Julie Gayet, just two days before French President Francois Hollande came to New Delhi as the Republic Day chief guest and signed a Memorandum of Understanding with PM Modi for delivering 36 Rafale aircraft.

According to the report, Reliance Entertainment had announced to have entered into an agreement with Gayet’s firm, Rouge International, to jointly produce a French film on January 24, 2016. Ambani’s Reliance Defence, Dassault Reliance Aerospace Ltd (DRAL), holds 51 percent stake in the offset programme of the Rs 59,000-crore Rafale deal with the French firm, which holds 49 percent stake.

Reminding Finance Minister Arun Jaitley of the joint parliamentary committee (JPC) probe, Rahul had earlier tweeted, “Dear Mr Jaitley, Less than 6 hrs left for your deadline on the #Rafale JPC to run out. Young India is waiting. I hope you’re busy convincing Modi Ji and Anil Ambani Ji about why they should listen to you & approve this!”

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