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Jaitley alleges Rahul-Hollande nexus, says public discourse is not laughter challenge
NEW DELHI, Sep 23 (Agencies): Amid the ongoing row over India-France Rafale fighter jets deal, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday launched a counter-attack on Congress saying that men may state inaccurate facts, however, circumstances never lie. "Congress can believe anything, but you must remember a basic principle of conduct, which for centuries has ruled throughout the world. Which is ‘Men may state inaccurate facts, circumstances never lie," he told news agency agencies. Jaitley hit back at former French President Francois Hollande over his bombshell that India proposed the name of Reliance to grab the offset contract for the deal to buy 36 Rafale fighter jets from Dassault Aviation and said that truth cannot have two versions. He wrote this in his blog which he shared on his ...
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War on Rafale deal escalates, now Akhilesh demands JPC probe
NEW DELHI, Sep 23 (Agencies): Joining the Government-Opposition war over the Rafale fighter jet deal, Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav on Sunday demanded a probe by the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the controversial defence deal between India and France. Speaking to news agency ANI, the SP said that without a JPC the truth will not come out as the issue has now become global. ''We demand a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe on Rafale deal. Without a JPC, the truth will not come out, the issue has now become global,'' Akhilesh said. Adding a fresh twist to the ongoing political war over Rafale deal, former France president Francois Hollande claimed that it was the Indian government which proposed the name of Anil Ambani-led Reliance Defence as its par...
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Unnecessary controversies being created, govt didn't select Dassault's partner: Defence Ministry
NEW DELHI, Sep 22 (Agencies): A day after former French president Francois Hollande's remark on the Rafale deal, the Defenec Ministry on Saturday argued that "unnecessary controversies are being sought to be created" over he issue and the deal was a "purely commercial arrangement between two private companies". In a statement, the Defence Ministry added the reported statement "perhaps needs to be seen in its full context" reiterating that the government had no role in the selection of the partners in the Rafale deal. Earlier on Friday, Hollande had said that Dassault Aviation was given no choice but to partner with Anil Ambani-led Reliance Defence for the offset clause in the Rafale fighter jet deal. In an interview to a French media house, Hollande on a question about who selected Reli...
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Corruption in Rafale deal, PM must clarify his stand: Rahul
NEW DELHI, Sep 22 (Agencies): A day after former French president Francois Hollande's remark on the Rafale deal, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterating that the 'chowkidaar' of the country is a thief and asked why the PM is silent on Hollande's remark. He further pressed that PM Modi must clear his stand on the Rafale deal as the matter pertains to corruption and is related to the defence forces of the country. Earlier on Friday, Hollande had said that Dassault Aviation was given no choice but to partner with Anil Ambani-led Reliance Defence for the offset clause in the Rafale fighter jet deal. In an interview to a French media house, Hollande on a question about who selected Reliance as a partner and why, said ...
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Jaitley hits out at 'Clown Prince' Rahul over Rafale deal
Says every word repeatedly said by him 'false'
NEW DELHI, Sep 20 (Agencies): Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday hit out at Congress president Rahul Gandhi for repeatedly 'lying' by making allegations over the Rafale deal. "The campaign of falsehood is entirely led by the Congress President. His strategy is simple - concoct a lie and repeat it as many times. This, at least, provides him some concocted material for his statements/speeches for otherwise an issueless Congress," Jaitley said. He added: "If the ‘Rafale concoctions’ were the first big lie, the second one stated repeatedly is that Mr. Modi waived off rupees two lakh fifty thousand crores of fifteen industrialists. Every word of that sentence repeatedly uttered by Rahul Gandhi is false." Attacking Rahul, Jaitley said that public discourse is a serious activity and no...
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Owaisi, Ambedkar joining hands to help BJP in 2019: Shiv Sena
MUMBAI, Sep 17 (Agencies): Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana has now attacked All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi and Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh supremo Prakash Ambedkar, accusing them of helping the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) by forming an alliance in Maharashtra. Pointing that Owaisi and Ambedkar had announced that they would jointly contest the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, an editorial in Saamana said that earlier they used to work for the BJP from behind the curtains, but have now come out in open. “Prakash Ambedkar and Asaduddin Owaisi have joined hands and declared that they will show their might in 2019 elections. Earlier both of them used to do the politics of favouring the BJP from backstage, but now they will openly work in 2019 to favour the BJP. T...
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I am a common man who became minister Ramdas clarifies remark on fuel price hike
NEW DELHI, Sep 16 (Agencies): Union minister Ramdas Athawale has clarified his remark on rising prices of petrol and diesel, saying he did not intend to hurt sentiments of people. Speaking to news agency ANI, the minister said that he was aware of the problems faced by common man. Clarifying his previous statement, the Republican Party of India leader said, "Journalists had asked me prices of petrol and diesel are rising, if I have any problem with it. I had said I've no problem, I'm a Minister, we're provided govt vehicles. But people do face problems and prices should be brought down. I didn't say this to insult anyone." "If it has hurt people's sentiments, I express my apology. I had no intention to do this. I am a common man who became a Minister. I know the problems people face. I ...
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Chidambaram mocks Amit Shah for promise of curbing fuel price rise
NEW DELHI, Sep 16 (Agencies): Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has mocked the BJP and its chief Amit Shah over assurances that the rise in fuel prices would be arrested soon. The former Finance Minister raised questions over how realistic such promises are. Chidambaram's chide came in a tweet on Sunday, in response to Amit Shah's statement that the government would soon announce measures to stem the rise in fuel prices. " "Government says will not cut fuel prices. BJP President says 'Centre will soon arrest fuel prices'. BJP must have found a crude oil source that will supply crude oil free!" Chidambaram said in a tweet. The policy wonk in Chidambaram seems to be attacking the BJP using the chink in its reasoning. The ruling party has repeatedly said the rise in fuel prices to recor...
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