French judiciary begins investigation in India's Rafale deal

  • On Saturday, French investigative website Mediapart reported that the French government has appointed a judge to carry on judicial investigation into the Rafale fighter deal between India and France.

  • The ₹59,000 crores deal has been alleged to have corruption and favoritism.

  • After this, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala urged PM Modi to come forward and order a Joint Parliamentary Committee probe into the Rafale deal.

  • "Corruption in the Rafale deal has come out clearly now. The stand of the Congress party and Rahul Gandhi has been vindicated today after the French government has ordered a probe," he said to reporters at the press conference.


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