A high-level Congress delegation reaches CAG again for the second time in 15 days to seek a forensic audit of the Rafale deal between France and India.
The Rafale deal, which has been a matter of contention for the last month, the Congress hopes that the Rafale deal can have the same impact that the Bofors scandal had in 1989.
#WATCH PM Modi could not look me in the eye when I asked him why Anil Ambani was given a contract despite there being Rs. 45,000 crore debt on him: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on #Rafale deal pic.twitter.com/5CR0jDh9cL
— ANI (@ANI) September 25, 2018
Appealing to the CAG Rajiv Mishra, the Congress asked for the details of the Rafale to be shown to the Parliament.
The Congress is currently demanding a joint parliamentary committee probe into the matter.