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Aero India 2021: HAL gets contract of TEJAS, What Rajanth Singh said?

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that we plan to spend $ 130 billion on modernization of defense sector in the next seven to eight years.

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Published on 3 Feb 2021 5:47 AM GMT

Aero India 2021: HAL gets contract of TEJAS, What Rajanth Singh said?
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New Delhi: Asia's largest Aero India show has started in Bangalore from today. This program will run till February 5 and will showcase India's strength in this program. The program includes all three heads of the army, including Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.

Read here all the updates of the Aero India show ...

'Plan to spend $ 130 billion on modernization of defense sector'

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that we plan to spend $ 130 billion on modernization of defense sector in the next seven to eight years. In the defense sector, the Government of India raised the FDI limit to 74 percent. HAL pleased to receive an order for 83 LCA Tejas Fighter.

India also faces threats and challenges emanating from multiple fronts. India is a victim of state sponsored. State inflicted terrorism, which is now a global threat: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in Bengaluru

Rajanth Singh in Aero India 2021 event:

It is the largest Make in India defense contract till date. India is a victim of state-sponsored and state-affected terrorism, which is now a global threat. India is alert and ready to defend our people and territorial integrity at all costs and to combat and defeat any daring.

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The Aero India 21 will display the vast potential of India, and the multifarious opportunities that our country offers in the field of defence and aerospace sector. It also promises to be the World’s First Ever Hybrid Aero & Defence exhibition: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh

Despite the constraints caused by the global pandemic, I am pleased to see such a large number of participants in this year’s event. It is coming from the world’s leading nations in the field of military and aviation: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh at Aero India show in Bengaluru

In order to maximize the reach & participation, event is being conducted in a hybrid format with a concurrent Virtual Exhibition which will integrate Seminars, B2B interactions etc. It'll be not incorrect to say, that Aero India 21 has truly gone digital & global: Defence Minister

ALSO READ: Ministry of Defence hands HAL contract for 83 ‘Tejas’ Fighter Jets

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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