Defence procurement scam: Rahul Gandhi tweets, ‘Self-proclaimed chowkidar’ must take immediate action

According to reports that Ukraine is investigating alleged kickbacks in India's purchase of spares for military transport aircraft An-32. Ukraine's Anti-Corruption Bureau suspects the involvement of Indian Defence Ministry officials.

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Today, Congress president Rahul Gandhi urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take immediate action against officials in the Defence Ministry who allegedly received an illicit payment of Rs 17.55 crore.

“Ministry Of Defence, India (MODI) officials, accused of making millions of $’s in kickbacks via Dubai by Ukrainian Govt. in AN 32 deal. Modi ji, as our self-proclaimed chowkidar, I urge you to take immediate action against your corrupt MODI officials,” Gandhi tweeted.

According to reports that Ukraine is investigating alleged kickbacks in India’s purchase of spares for military transport aircraft An-32. Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Bureau suspects the involvement of Indian Defence Ministry officials.

Today at press conference, Congress leader and former Union minister Manish Tewari said the exposure raised these vital questions:

“Is it a fact that the anti-corruption bureau of Ukraine sought legal assistance from Govt of India in February 2018?”

“Is it a fact that the terms of contract have not been fulfilled and the Ministry of Defence signed a statement of completion which facilitated the transfer of alleged illegal gratification?”

“What has been the response so far of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Defence to the request by Ukraine… has any internal process been initiated by the Ministry of Defence in the wake of the alleged scam coming to their attention?”

“If this government believes in transparency and probity and if it abides by the slogan na khaunga, na khande dunga, then why have you been hiding these facts from the people?”

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