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PM Modi approves proposals worth Rs 70,500 crore in defence sector

Responding to Rajnath's tweet, Modi wrote, "Promoting self-reliance in the defence sector is an affirmation of our faith in Indian ingenuity."

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday described the approval of proposals worth over Rs 70,500 crore in the defence sector as a step towards 'promoting self-reliance'. He said that this step once again reaffirms the faith in Indian talent. Explain that India on Thursday approved the purchase of indigenously developed military equipment worth Rs 70,584 crore, which is expected to give a big boost to domestic defence manufacturing. The Defense Acquisition Council (DAC) headed by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh had approved the procurement proposals.

'India's dependence on foreign vendors will reduce'

The DAC had approved 'Acceptance of Necessity' (AON) worth Rs 70,584 crore for procurement of military equipment, under which all purchases would be made under the 'Indigenously Designed, Developed and Manufactured' category. Rajnath's office had tweeted on Thursday, "Indigenous procurement on such a large scale will not only propel Indian industries towards achieving the goal of 'Self-reliant India', but will also substantially reduce India's dependence on foreign vendors." Will do.

PM Modi said this on Matua Maha Mela

Responding to Rajnath's tweet, Modi wrote, "Promoting self-reliance in defence is an affirmation of our faith in Indian talent." In another tweet, he appealed to people to attend the Matua Maha Mela. Matua Maha Mela will be organized from March 19 to 25 at Shridham Thakurnagar in Thakurbari, West Bengal. Modi said, 'Matua Maha Mela 2023 is an important event, which displays the vibrant culture of the Matua community. I urge people to come to the fair in large numbers. Mankind will always be indebted to Sri Sri Harichand Thakur ji for showing him the path of kindness and service.


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