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Sep 24, 2018
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Ravi Shankar Prasad accuses Rahul Gandhi of compromising with national security on Rafale deal

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Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad accused Congress President Rahul Gandhi of compromising with national security by questioning the integrity of PM Narendra Modi on the Rafale deal.

Talking to reporters in Patna yesterday, Mr Prasad said Rahul is repeatedly raising the issue of Rafale deal to help Pakistan. Union Minister said Rafale deal had been started under UPA government but it was kept in limbo for the sake of cuts.

He said 36 Rafale fighter jets would be supplied to India and the remaining 100 would be manufactured here, which would benefit the country ,besides creating job opportunities for youths.

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