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    Jacob

    The rafale is the best choice for the iaf and in. Hope India never buys fighters or serious offensive equipment from the Americans and brits, coz you never know when sanctions will come our way. It’s only the french and Russians who have stood on our side in good and bad times. They are better partners to make defense deals with.

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      Slumdog

      You can’t fight a war with imported tech. Develop indigenous capabilities. No point spending billions of tax payer money on french planes who charge their weight in gold. Beg borrow or steal and develop the in-house skils and export better weapons back to french.

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      Micda

      The Eurofighter is a no go from the get go. Germans already vetoed German equipment supply for a British sale to Saudi Arabia. It is not England I would worry about but these convoluted Euro projects and sales that require uninamity in agreement from multiple parties.

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    Kaleem

    They neet to import pilots not jets. Bitter truth.

    Often indian heros are those which are fucked by the world like sunny leon, abhi nandan…

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    Anonymous

    The breakup of 28 +8 was kind of already hinting at this no?

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    Vijay

    French seem to be looting India. If Belgium can get 34 F-35 for 4.34 Bill US $ Then why pay more for 36 Rafale

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      Slumdog

      Yeah, the extra money was paid to get engine technology but they cheated us. Our poor tax payers pay inflated prices for these gold plated weapons, so unfair. Stop imports.

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      Micda

      The french is more costly because the support infrastructure for the Belgian F35 is already pretty much paid for in terms of Lockheed already supplying vested neighbors. No, the danger with the F35 is that Turkey was booted out and now they are scrambling for new parts suppliers for the F35 from other participating nations. The Rafale will prove cheaper in the long run despite its higher initial costs of the support structure being shared by fewer buyers. India could in fact milk the French of the Rafale’s technology transfer because it is a European exception that embarasses Macron. He wants to get rid of it, and I surmise French engineers and know how working on the project might very well agree to relocate to India if they do not like the Euro-wide condition agreement of work, losing seniority to German engineers taking control of the next Euro stealth fighter program.

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    imran khan

    you sir have the brain of a small rodent. congratulations!

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