Ghanti Bajao Full Episode of October 9th, 2019

09 Oct 2019 07:57 AM

Ghanti Bajao Full Episode of October 9th, 2019

Updated 09 Oct 2019 07:57 AM

India has entered into an inter-governmental agreement with France and Dassault to acquire 36 Rafale jets in flyaway condition at a cost of Rs 59,000 crore. The first four Rafale jets will arrive in India by May 2020.

"I am particularly honoured to host this ceremony today as India is part of Dassault Aviation's DNA. The long and trustful relationship we share is an undeniable success and underpins my determination of establishing for the long-term Dassault Aviation in India. We stand alongside the Indian Air Force since 1953, we are totally committed to fulfil its requirements for the decades to come and to be part of India's ambitious vision for the future," Trappier said in a statement. 

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