Illustration by Manas Gurung | ThePrint Team After The Hindu newspaper’s latest revelation on the Rafale deal, Attorney General K.K. Venugopal told the Supreme Court that the documents were stolen from the defence ministry, and could invite punishment under the Official Secrets Act. The SC bench retorted by asking , “If an act of corruption is committed in the Rafale deal, will the government take shelter behind the Official Secrets Act?” ThePrint asks: Is the Modi govt bungling on Rafale or are secrecy laws critical for defence deals? Some executive decisions taken with deployment needs in mind do not […]
Is the Modi govt bungling on Rafale or are secrecy laws critical for defence deals?
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