Rahul Gandhi says UPA never hid details of defence deals

Rahul Gandhi says UPA never hid details of defence deals

"Maintaining fiscal deficit as high as 5.9 %, you are today lecturing us as to why you didn't bring it down to 3.2 %", he said.

"Antony have refused to give details of armament purchases", he said. He said, NDA government felt that MGNREGA should be continued for larger interest and UPA was never able to spend 40 thousand crore rupees sanctioned for the scheme. To nail your lie, here are 3 Parliamentary replies by the UPA with full transparency on pricing. He also went to the Twitter to ask in his "The Great Rafale Mystery" series as to "Why did the Raksha Mantri change her stance from: I will reveal the price of the Rafale planes in Nov 2017 to the price is a State secret in Feb 2018?"He provided four answers to his own question in the tweet: 'A".

"The finance minister focussed a large part of his speech in directly responding to former finance minister P.Chidambaram's questions on the budget and said during the United Progressive Alliance term between 2004-2014, India had a 'bad doctor". Now the new act is, let us manufacture an allegation of corruption against the NDA.

"And the manufactured issue is: "please tell me the details of the Rafale deal", the finance minister said in the Lok Sabha referring to the demands by the Congress to make public details of the Indian government deal to buy 36 Rafale fighter jets from France.

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Following Rahul Gandhi's response to government's charge that even the UPA during its tenure did reveal details of defence deals, the onus is once again is at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi government which has denied to disclose deal detail. "What is the price that the Prime Minister has spent on Rafale", Mr Gandhi had asked on Tuesday.

Citing past precedents, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday reiterated the Government's stand that pricing details of Rafale or any Defence transactions can not be made public.

"When you give details of a defence transaction, you give the details and capacity of the weapon system, which you don't want to inform the enemy (about)".

In his speech in the Lok Sabha, Jaitley said it was the Narendra Modi government that took the hard decisions of demonetisation, the goods and services tax (GST) and the imposition of the LTCG tax.

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