Rafale deal: Congress asks ‘Who was PMO protecting’ after report says govt waived anti-corruption clauses

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The Indian Express reports:
Continuing to corner the Modi government over the Rafale deal, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi Monday launched a fresh salvo at Prime Minister Narendra Modi after a media report stated that the PMO had waived key provisions of the anti-corruption clauses days before the defence agreement was signed. Quoting The Hindu report, the Congress chief said, "Every defence deal has an anti-corruption clause. Reports suggest that the PM removed the anti-corruption clause. It is clear that the PM facilitated loot."
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