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Rafale deal no exception, ant-corruption clause didn't exist in earlier contracts also: Air Marshal SBP Sinha

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Amidst allegations that led government had removed the anti-corruption clause in the Rafale deal, SBP Sinha who headed Rafale negotiations on behalf of India, said that such a clause was not there in the earlier government to government contracts signed with and "Till now, we had 'government to government' contract with and It is the third 'government to government' contract, which is with Such clause was not there in any of them," said SBP Sinha while speaking to ANI.on Monday asserted that has facilitated loot in the Rafale deal as according to a media report he had removed the anti-corruption clause from the controversial fighter jet deal.

"Every Defence deal has an anti-corruption clause. has reported that the removed the anti-corruption clause. It is clear that the Prime Minister facilitated loot," said Rahul earlier on Monday.However, the in 2013 had come up with a new policy which allowed the not to follow the laid down rules and sign inter-governmental agreements with friendly foreign countries as per mutually agreed provisions between both sides.

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First Published: Mon, February 11 2019. 18:45 IST