What Supreme Court Judges Said In Big Rafale Order

Rafale Deal Case: It is "not the job of this court to go into the differential pricing details, which must be kept confidential," the Supreme Court said.

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Rafale deal case: Petitions demanding a court-monitored investigation into the Rs 59,000-crore deal.

New Delhi:  The Supreme Court today said there was no occasion to doubt the decision-making process in the multi-billion dollar Rafale deal for 36 fighter jets. A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said there has been a necessity of fighter aircraft and the country cannot remain without these jets. The Chief Justice, who read out the judgement for the three-judge bench, said no reasons were found to interfere in the procurement process for the fighter jets. The top court said it is not the job of the court to deal with the comparative details of the pricing.
Here are 5 big quotes from the Supreme Court order of Rafale deal:
  1. "We don't find substantial matter to interfere with issue of procurement, pricing and offset partner in Rafale jet deal."
  2. "We can't sit in judgement over the wisdom of purchase of aircraft."
  3. "We find no reasons to interfere in procurement process for 36 Rafale fighter jets from France."
  4. "We don't find any substantial element to show that there is any commercial favouritism to any private entity."
  5. "Not the job of this court to go into the differential pricing details, which must be kept confidential."

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Top Court rejected petitions for court-monitored probe into Rafale deal
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"Can't sit in judgement over wisdom of aircraft purchase:" Supreme Court
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Court said no proof of "commercial favouritism to any private entity"

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