A report by national auditor CAG on the Rafale deal for 36 fighter jets will be tabled in Parliament tomorrow, but sources say it does not mention pricing, the subject on which the government is facing opposition allegations of corruption. The CAG report – officially called Capital Acquisitions for Air Force – will be submitted just a day before the end of the ongoing parliament session, the last before the national election due by May.
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