BJP ally Shiv Sena wants JPC, BJD seeks a white paper on deal – Times of India

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NEW DELHI: Embarrassing the authorities, Maharashtra ally Shiv Sena sided with the opposition’s demand for a JPC probe into the Rafale deal at the same time as Biju Janata Dal, which has repeatedly been pro-authorities, raised questions about the fighter jet steal and sought a white paper on lapses.

At some level of a discussion on the Rafale deal in Lok Sabha, Trinamool Congress also shed its inhibition to lambast the Modi authorities and demanded a JPC probe, capping a day of unprecedented anti-BJP aggression by regional occasions which left the saffron celebration avoiding the assault solo.

Sena MP Arvind Sawant stung the authorities by no longer finest repeating the charges being levelled by the opposition however also bracketing Rafale with Bofors deal — an albatross spherical Congress’s neck for three decades which finance minister Arun Jaitley cited in his speech to blunt Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s attack.

“We are clear. Our authorities is elegant, it is no longer unsuitable. Why can also aloof we be scared? Let there be a JPC probe and the reality design out,” Sawant mentioned. “Individuals broken-down to assert Bofors is elegant however the deal is injurious. Same is being mentioned about Rafale,” the Mumbai MP added.

While no longer pointing out the JPC, BJD MP Kalikesh Deo underlined that scenario of pricing and procedures remained indispensable and desires to be accounted for. Deo mentioned that foregoing “switch of skills” in Rafale deal required clarification. “The authorities can also aloof scenario a white paper on this,” he mentioned.

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