Questioning India’s Defence Minister on the Scorpene Submarine details leak, the former Congress leader Manish Tewari asked the Defence Minister why he is denying about the scorpene leak.
Tewari targets the government about the leak and says that putting out selective leaks doesn’t mean that the operational secrecy has not been sacrificed. He also rewinds the time when the controversy started and tells about the defence minister’s suggestions about the possibility of hacking.
“This has turned out to be baseless. After that, the contractor DCNS, tried to shift onus onto India, saying leak may have come from India, Manish Tewari said.
After that, the Def Min says that no details about the weapons system has been made public. he added
On the statement of Defence Minister on taking out the details of weapon system on Monday, Tiwari says that he has fooled on the story in Australian weapon.
Manish Tewari asked Defence Minister about the details of 22400 pages before claiming that the deatils of the weapon system is not public.
Meanwhile, THE AUSTRALIAN’ NEWSPAPER UPLOADED A NEW SET OF STOLEN DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OF THE UNDERWATER WARFARE SYSTEM OF THE SIX SCORPENE SUBMARINES WHICH ARE BEING BUILT IN INDIA BY FRENCH FIRM DCNS ON THEIR WEBSITE.
The newspaper has blacked out all the details alike in the previous case. The newspaper diminishes the details as taking concern with the India’s security interest.