NEW DELHI: Congress on Sunday countered guard serve Nirmala Sitharaman’s case of “corporate fighting” in the Rafale fly arrangement by calling it “as erroneous as her Parliament answer”.
Gathering representative Priyanka Chaturvedi alluded to Sitharaman as “Modi government’s helpless safeguard serve” and repeated Congress’ interest for a JPC on the ground that the Center had jettisoned Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) to support Reliance Defense and cut down the quantity of flying machine from 126 to 36.
Congress claimed that Sitharaman’s comments about “corporate fighting” had just demonstrated the Modi government offered inclination to corporate interests over issues of national security.
Sitharaman had blamed the restriction for spreading deception on the Rafale bargain and hosted asserted gatherings were getting to be pawns in corporate competition and were happy to attack an arrangement that was in light of a legitimate concern for national security.
Chaturvedi, hit back, saying Modi’s mantra was to keep corporate interests over national intrigue. “By achieving this contention ‘corporate fighting’, the Modi government’s exposed safeguard serve stamps Congress’ charge that the Rs 30,000 crore balance contract and the Rs 1 lakh crore life cycle cost contract in the Rafale bargain was given to his buddy companion’s organization which had zero involvement,” she said.