Internet Desk| The new revelations on Rafale have once again led to political assertiveness. In the media, fresh revelations have been claimed that the Prime Minister's Office was interfering in finishing the Rafale Deal from
The Central Government has alleged that it had approved the deal without any sovereign guarantee from the French government. Although, the news agency ANI has issued a letter. This letter was written to PM
The then Prime Minister of
The then French Prime Minister Manuel Valls had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2016 saying that 'their govt would fully back the obligations made by their firms in the contract'. #RafaleDeal pic.twitter.com/G4Sz4ejzzO
— ANI (@ANI) February 8, 2019
The former Prime Minister of France wrote in this letter that the French government is fully committed to the fact that French companies fully comply with their obligations. He wrote in the letter, "As it is decided between the talks between the two countries and later the Defense Ministers of both the countries, I would like to convey this to the full commitment of the French government, especially the French industrialists to fulfill their obligations."
Further in this letter it has been written that if the future of French companies is in the process of completing this deal, these companies will have to return all the payments received from the Indian government. In such a situation, the French government will take all necessary steps so that the payments made by the Indian government get back to them as soon as possible.
Let us tell you as soon as the Ministry of Defense appeared in Noting Media. In this note, it was said that the PMO is talking parallel to the French government on Rafale Deal. The noting, in reference to the then Defense Secretary, J. Mohan Kumar, states that the parallel talks conducted by the PMO have weakened the position of the Indian negotiator on Rafale Deal.
Coming to the report,