France has handed over 3 of 36 Rafale fighter jets to India so far
The handed over jet are being used for training of IAF pilots and technicians in France, Lok Sabha was informed today.

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The review petitions had asked the Supreme Court to reconsider its December 14 verdict rejecting a court-monitored probe of the Rafale deal.

New Delhi (NVI): A total of three out of total agreed Rafale fighter jets have been handed over by France to Indian Air Force (IAF) till date which are being used for training of IAF pilots and technicians in France, Lok Sabha was informed today.

In a written reply, the Minister of State for Defence Shripad Naik told the lower house that the Performance Audit Report of CAG on Capital Acquisition in Indian Air Force presented in Parliament on 13th February, 2019 has brought out that the entire package price of the 36 Rafale procurement is 2.86% lower than the Audit Aligned price compared to MMRCA process.

That CAG report has also brought out that Non Firm & Fixed (F&F) bid as done in the 36 Rafale IGA may be more advantageous than Firm & Fixed offer.

The Inter-Governmental Agreement was signed on 23 September 2016 between the Government of India and the Government of French Republic along with Aircraft Package Supply Protocol (APSP) signed with M/s Dassault Aviation and Weapons Package Supply Protocol (WPSP) signed with M/s MBDA for purchase of 36 Rafale fighter aircraft in fly-away condition.

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