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Govt seeks correction in SC Rafale verdict over mention of CAG report, PAC

Apex court held there were no irregularities in the procurement of 36 Rafale jets from France

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

A Rafale fighter aircraft flys during the inauguration of the 11th biennial edition of AERO INDIA 2017 at Yelahanka Air base in Bengaluru. Photo: PTI

The Centre on Saturday filed an application in the Supreme Court seeking correction in a paragraph in its judgement on Rafale fighter jet deal in which a reference has been made about the (CAG) report and Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC).   

A law officer said that the application has been filed to convey to the court that there has been some misinterpretation on the issue of the documents placed in a sealed cover relating to the and  

In the judgement on Friday, the apex court had noted that the pricing details have been shared with CAG, and the report of the has been examined by the

The issue of and was mentioned in para 25 of the judgement of the top court which had held that there were no irregularities in the procurement of 36 Rafale jets from France. 

The judgement had said that the material placed before it shows that the Centre did not disclose in Parliament the pricing details of the Rafale fighter jet, but revealed it to the

After the SC verdict on Friday, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge, who chairs the PAC, had said no such report had come to him. 

First Published: Sat, December 15 2018. 17:06 IST