The Congress leader said he wants to ask PM Modi if he took brokerage in the Rafale deal and challenged the PM for a debate anywhere.
Sinha, Shourie and Bhushan had said that the December 14 verdict in the Rafale case should be reviewed as the judgement was obtained through "multiple falsehoods and suppression of material.
The affidavit comes a day ahead of the hearing by a SC bench on pleas seeking review of its December 14 verdict in the Rafale case.
The Congress chief again challenged PM Modi for a debate saying that the latter would not be able to face the country as truth in the deal would surface.
Although CJI Gogoi dictated that the Rafale review and Rahul Gandhi contempt case will be heard together on May 6, the Supreme Court website mentions two different dates.
All the review petitions are scheduled to be taken up for hearing next week by a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.
Sonia Barbry, Consul General of France in Mumbai, said the purchase deal came after following all due processes.
The Congress has alleged irregularities in the Rafale deal and claimed that Prime Minister Modi and Union ministers, as well as private players, were complicit in the "scam".
Asked if the Rafale issue has struck a chord with the people on the ground, Singhvi said one would have to wait and watch for it but he was confident that people do feel 'cheated'.
A bench headed by CJI Ranjan Gogoi asked the Centre to file its reply to the new documents submitted by the petitioners.
The Home Ministry has served a notice to Rahul Gandhi, asking him to clarify within a fortnight his "factual position" on a complaint questioning his citizenship status.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi did not allow the plea of the Centre that it be granted four weeks time to file its response to the pleas.
Gandhi said he had made the remark in the "heat of campaigning" and that his comment was not meant to scandalise the court in any manner.
'Chowkidar chor' remark: Rahul again 'regrets' in SC, seeks closure of case citing 'political mileage' by BJP
Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Lekhi, had told a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi that the word 'regret' was in a bracket and actually it was a "lip service of apology".
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi allowed the Centre's counsel to circulate the letter among parties which include petitioners who have filed review pleas.