The Indian tax payers’ have funded the Rafale deal. The government has executed the deal on behalf of the Indian citizens’ to strengthen India’s national security. Bolstering the capabilities of the Indian defence forces is an objective every Indian citizen unquestioningly supports. Therefore, its legitimate to ask and understand the need for hidden clauses within the Rafale contract.
Central Bureau of Investigation director Ranjit Sinha is under fire for allegedly attempting to save corporates names in the 2G Spectrum Scam. The CBI chief is also accused of allegedly shunting out Santosh Rastogi, a DIG-rank CBI officer, of the investigation of all 2G spectrum scam matters.
The ‘strange’ thing that begs attention is why would HSBC apologize to an Indian businessman if they had not officially given the list to anybody?
Canary Trap has been reporting on the entire issue since May 2011. This eBook is a compilation of all the articles written by petitioner Arun Agrawal and published on our blog.
The fact that the CBI has chosen to rely on the oral evidence of the accused – while giving a clean chit to Ambani – and ignored the documentary evidence totally suggests that it is either incompetent, partisan or corrupt. Or all three?