Attorney General should file reply on affidavit, submits Sharma.
"How can Prime Minister make a statement regarding purchase of aircraft before the agreement was finalised", asks Dhanda's lawyer.
Centre has not disclosed price to the court but they have disclosed price in Parliament twice, submits Singh's counsel.
Why reduce it to 36?
Attorney General KK Venugopal objects.
"How did he get it? It is supposed to be a secret. He should disclose his source", AG Venugopal.
A company of the experience of Dassault which was set up in 1929 would not have chosen a company here with no experience at all, says Arun Shourie.
After all we are dealing with Air Force, says CJI Ranjan Gogoi.
He will be here soon, says AG KK Venugopal.
"It needs to be debated only if the Court decides that aspects on pricing needs to come in public domain", CJI Ranjan Gogoi.
AG KK Venugopal readily agrees.
Yes, replies Attorney General.
Never is AG Venugopal's reply.
Air Marshall and Air Vice Marshall present in court.
"They will be able to answer Your Lordships queries", AG Venugopal.
"Which is the latest induction into IAF", CJI Gogoi.
"Sukhoi 30" is the response.
"Are these and the Light Combat Aircraft fourth generation", CJI Gogoi.
"I would say its 3.5", says Air Marshall.
"5th generation because it has stealth techonolgy", responds IAF officer.
"Qatar, Egypt and France", responds Centre.
"IAF has been writing to us that it will be difficult for them to defend our country due to shortage of aircraft, we have fallen behind a lot", Attorney General KK Venugopal concludes his arguments.