Rafale Deal issue: The Supreme Court is now hearing significant hearings on Rethink petitions in Rafale Deal. In the hearing on the afternoon, the Attorney General told the court that the documents that Advocate Prashant Bhushan are reluctant to believe were stolen from the Ministry of Defense. The attorney general told the court that Rafale is guilty of making public the documents related to the deal under the official privacy law and contempt of the court. On this, the Chief Justice asked the Attorney General that after the lunch break, at 2 pm, what action was taken against theft of documents related to Rafale deal?
The Attorney General, requesting Rafael’s plea to dismiss the petition and dismiss the application for misrepresentation, said that it was based on the documents stolen. The attorney general said that today’s report of ‘The Hindu’ on Rafale is similar to affecting the hearing in the Supreme Court, which in itself is contempt of court.
Before the hearing started, when senior lawyer Prashant Bhushan tried to give a new document to the court, the court said, “We will not hear any new document.” Indeed, Prashant Bhushan told the court, “You have not heard of my demand for inquiry into the court’s supervision in my order.” We had complained to the CBI, you have not asked the CBI to do the report. ‘
Rafale Deal issue
Senior advocate Prashant Bhushan told SC that there was a mistake in the report given by the government in the sealed envelope, on the basis of which the court had given its verdict. This is a case of false evidence. He told the SC that when the petitions were filed for filing and investigation, important facts were pressed on Rafale.
Bhushan said that if the facts had not been pressed, then the Supreme Court had not dismissed the petition regarding the FIR and the investigation in the Rafale deal case. Attorney General (AG) K.K. Venugopal said that the documents which Prashant Bhushan, the advocate trusting, have been stolen from the Ministry of Defense. AG told the court that investigations are on to investigate theft of documents related to the Rafale deal.
Chief Justice said that listening to Prashant Bhushan does not mean that SC Rafale is taking the deal documents in the records.
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