The Congress Friday raked up the issue of Rafale jet deal, accusing the government of compromising national security and paying more for the combat aircraft. Addressing a press conference here, senior party leader P Chidambaram alleged that the government has "wronged" the country in two ways - it compromised national security and paid Rs 186 crore more per plane. "There is no doubt any longer that Rafale aircraft deal deserves to be examined thoroughly by a joint parliamentary committee. Congress reiterates its demand for constitution of a JPC," he said, citing a newspaper report that claimed the Modi government's decision to buy 36 jets, instead of 126 planned earlier, jack up the price of each aircraft. Also read:\u00a0Kumbh Mela 2019: President Ram Nath Kovind visits\u00a0mega\u00a0event at Prayagraj,\u00a0first\u00a0president to do so in 66 years He alleged that the "windfall" to French firm Dassault Aviation was a "deliberate decision" and is highly questionable.