NCC cadets celebrates Swarnim Vijay Varsh

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Jammu, Apr 07 The whole country is celebrating Swarnim Vijay Varsh to commemorate Victory over Pakistan in 1971 War. A No of activities are being organised by NCC Cadets of 2 J&K Girls Battalion NCC, Jammu. They are also participating in the activities organised by Indian Army at different location in J&K. NCC Cadets of 2 J&K Girls Battalion NCC received Victory flame in Janglot with troops of local formation. Cadets of APS Janglot also participated in cultural programmes which organised by Indian Army. NCC Cadets felt connected with countries Armed Forces by participating in such events. Such events also increase confidence and sense of responsibility among youths. It was a proud moment for NCC Cadets and they expressed their gratitude towards Army authorities. 'Baseless, misleading': Indian firm Defsys on Rafale deal allegations New Delhi: An Indian firm said it supplied 50 replicas of Rafale aircraft to its maker Dassault Aviation, a day after a fresh controversy erupted over the fighter jets' deal following a French media report. French publication ''Mediapart'', citing an investigation by the country's anti-corruption agency, reported that Dassault Aviation had paid about one million Euros to Defsys Solutions for 50 models of the aircraft which were to be given as "gifts". The media report said the inspectors of the Agence Francaise Anticorruption (AFA) were given no proof that these models were made. Defsys Solutions on Tuesday released a statement and tax invoices stating that the allegations were totally unfounded. "This is in response to wholly unsubstantiated, baseless and misleading claims appearing in certain sections of the media, insinuating that Defsys never supplied 50 replica models of Rafale aircraft," the company said in a statement. It said 50 replica models of Rafale aircraft were delivered to Dassault Aviation based on a purchase order received from the defence major. "Delivery challans, E-way bills and GST returns related to such delivery have been duly filed with the relevant authorities," the company said. In its report, Mediapart said: "Dassault group was unable to provide the AFA with a single document showing that these models existed and were delivered, and not even a photograph. The inspectors thus suspected that this was a bogus purchase designed to hide hidden financial transactions".

 

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