RAFALE DEAL HAS EXTRAORDINARY IMPORTANCE: PK SEHGAL (THE BIG INTERVIEW )
Sun April 17 2016, 4:07 pm
Nearly four months after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Francois hollande signed a MoU to purchase 36 Rafale combat jets, the difference between negotiators seem to have narrowed down. News coming in suggest that India will buy the French-made Rafale planes for 8.8 billion dollars. The agreement is to be signed within three weeks and it will take at least 18 months for India to get the first lot of aircrafts. We catch up with Defence expert, PK Sehgal to understand things further.
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