The Rafale debate is at peak this time. Congress President is continuously getting slammed back to back on his lies by PM Narendra Modi and his team. After hitting the Congress President two days before on his lies today again Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman naked him by presenting the documents regarding the contracts given to HAL in front of him.

This all was in wake of Congress President Rahul Gandhi attack on defence minister.On Sunday he tweeted a report questioning the contracts worth Rs 1 lakh given to HAL and demanded the resignation of Nirmala Sitharaman, which was immediately countered by the Defence Minister.

“When you tell one lie, you need to keep spinning out more lies, to cover up the first one. In her eagerness to defend the PM’s Rafale lie, the RM lied to Parliament. Tomorrow, RM must place before Parliament documents showing 1 Lakh crore of Govt orders to HAL. Or resign,” his Twitter message read.

Defence Minister today slapped him back by showing all the documents of contract worth Rs 1 Lakh
“In 2019, regarding procurement order regarding HAL, I had mentioned that there are 83 LCA Tejas fighters order worth Rs 50,000 crores, 15 combat helicopters order worth Rs 3,000 crores, 200 orders worth Rs 20,000 crore and 19 Dronier transport aircraft worth Rs 3,400 crores, helicopters worth Rs 15,000 crore and aero-engines worth Rs 8,400 crores. The total comes to Rs 1 lakh crore.”

“I would like to lay doubts to rest by adding that I have received confirmation that during 2014-2018 contracts amounting to Rs 26800 Rs were signed with HAL and orders worth Rs 73,000 crore approximately are in the pipeline.

Even after being slammed so many times, Congress President is not stopping his lies on Rafale. He is continually risking the security of the nation.

People should be vigilant enough to slam such a person who doesn’t know an inch of anything and is just repeating same lies again and again to divert the people. For fulfilling his political motives he is continually putting the national security at risk.