India bans the import of 101 weapons in the defense sector

 In his series of tweets, Rajnath Singh said that this list includes not only some defense parts but also high-tech weapons like assault rifles, sonar systems, transport aircraft, LCH, radars, and many more.

Rajnath Singh said- I am very happy to release the third positive indigenization list of 101 defense equipment and platforms in front of the country today. The release of this list reflects the rapid pace of our self-reliance in the defense sector.

India bans the import of 101 weapons in the defense sector

This list not only takes into account the capabilities of our domestic defense industry but will also be helpful in attracting new investments in technology and manufacturing capabilities and promoting domestic research and development.

Complex systems in the third positive indigenization list, such as-

• Sensors,

• arms and ammunition,

• Rocket,

• Naval Utility Helicopters,

• Patrol Vessels,

• anti-ship missiles,

• anti-radiation missiles, and

There are many accessories that meet the needs of the military.

This list is planned to be implemented from December 2022 to December 2027. This list will prove to be very important in the development of our defense industry, I believe it is our endeavor to make India self-reliant in the defense sector, to create the necessary capabilities and an ecosystem for defense exports in the times to come, and the government The 'Make in India' campaign got an unprecedented success.

In the 90s, when we needed a supercomputer, we decided to buy it from outside, but at that time we were refused a supercomputer due to various reasons.

We were not even given the knowledge of space technology and rocket science. But the hard work and dedication of our rocket scientists have made us a leading nation in the space sector and missile capability. Today we have been successful in reaching Mars.

If the development of our abilities is sure to happen only by our determination, our tenacity, and fasting, then why should we not proceed on the path of that tenacity. stand as an obstacle

In order to maximize the participation of our domestic industry in the defense sector, the government has reserved a certain portion of the capital expenditure for domestic procurement for defense. has become a crore

It is with great pleasure that contracts worth Rs 54,000 crore have been signed so far based on the first and second indigenization lists, and orders worth Rs 4.5 lakh crore are expected to be placed in the next 5 to 7 years. ,

Self-reliance in the defense sector and promotion of defense exports is not just an economic aspect. This has a deep relation to the aspect of our national security as well as the socio-economic condition of the country. Today the scope of defense is not limited only to the extent.

Self-reliance also has a socio-economic aspect. You must be aware that thousands of MSMEs are associated with our defense industry. These MSMEs are spread in every nook and corner of this country, by self-reliance we do not mean to work in isolation from the rest of the world, but to work in our own country with their active participation and support.

It will be our constant endeavor to create such an environment in the country where public, private sector, and foreign institutions can work together and our country can be among the leading countries in defense manufacturing in the world.

Disclaimer / Courtesy - This information is brought to you by Shri Rajnath Singh's official Twitter handle. Some Type mistakes may be due to translation.

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