Modi Government Requests Supreme Court To Correct “Factual Error” In Rafale Verdict




The opposition has questioned the existence of the CAG or Comptroller and Auditor General's report on the Rafale deal, cited by the Supreme Court.

Modi government has approached the Supreme Court to make a “factual correction” in its verdict on Friday in the Rafale fighter jet deal.

The central government in its petition says the Supreme Court misunderstood the procedure mentioned in the sealed cover that the government’s auditor CAG had examined the pricing of the jets and submitted its report.

The centre says it only outlined the procedure in the sealed cover along with the pricing details.

The government wants the Supreme Court to issue a clarification.

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