'They (the data) are to be hidden for vote/image. Does the country need such a chowkidar?' Mayawati wrote.
Modi, Ambani will go to jail if documents of parallel negotiations become part of Rafale probe: Rahul
Gandhi claimed that the Rafale aircraft was supposed to be bought from French company Dassault at Rs 526 crore for which eight years of negotiations happened during UPA rule.
From surgical strikes to signing Rafale deal, Parrikar had short but an eventful term as Defence minister
In his three year term, the Army conducting the surgical strike in September 2016 and induction of LCA Tejas into the Air Force but controversy over the Rafale jet deal cast a shadow on his tenure.
The top court asked the petitioners seeking review of its order to focus on the preliminary objections regarding admissibility of the leaked documents.
Want to probe Vadra? Welcome, but also investigate Modi, says Rahul Gandhi during student interaction in Chennai
The Congress President addressing women students in a Chennai college said the law must apply to everybody and not be applied selectively.
The Congress president said that KCR was kowtowing Modi since the latter has details of his financial wrong-doings.
Taking potshots at the BJP-led ruling coalition in Goa, Gandhi said like the government has "disappeared" in the coastal state, Rafale papers, too, have gone missing.
Rahul claimed the prime minister had even told France that if Rafale jets were to be purchased, the (offset) contract should go to Ambani and that HAL should not have any role.
Rafale deal: Post SC dressing-down, Attorney General says papers not stolen, petitioners used photocopies
Venugopal comments in the apex court on Wednesday that Rafale fighter jet deal documents were stolen caused a political row.
Jaitley also hit out at the Congress, saying remarks of the Opposition party leaders are getting high TRPs in Pakistan.
From Rafale to loan write-offs, there are serious precedents of such action for cronies by BJP, tweeted CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury.
In defence ministry files, it is written that the Prime Minister's Office carried out parallel negotiations in the fighter jet deal, then why can't the PM be investigated, the Congress chief asked.
The apex court bench also said if the confidential documents were stolen from the Defence Ministry, the government should put its own house in order.
Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of misleading Parliament and duping the country, the Congress said it was time to file an FIR in the Rafale jet deal issue.
The government itself has disclosed the price of the Rafale deal thrice in Parliament, Bhushan told a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices S K Kaul and K M Joseph.