PM Modi to current new define for a self-reliant India on Aug 15: Rajnath Singh


New Delhi, August 9

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will current a brand new define for a self-reliant India in his handle to the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort on August 15, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh mentioned on Sunday.

The defence minister mentioned numerous departments and ministries of the federal government are working significantly to implement Modi’s initiative for a self-reliant India and that it’s an try to provide a recent dimension to Mahatma Gandhi’s push for ‘Swadeshi’.

Singh was talking at a web based occasion organised to pay tributes to revolutionary freedom fighter Udham Singh.

Talking in regards to the ‘Atmanirbhar’ initiative, the defence minister mentioned that the coronavirus pandemic has proven {that a} nation might not be capable of successfully shield its sovereignty if it isn’t self-reliant.

“Our government will not allow any harm to India’s self-respect and sovereignty at any cost,” he mentioned.

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi will present before the nation a new outline for a self-reliant India in his address from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the Independence Day,” Singh mentioned.

Referring to the defence ministry’s determination to ban import of 101 navy weapons and platforms, Singh mentioned main and hard selections are being taken to advertise self-reliance in defence manufacturing.

He mentioned massive weapons programs will now be produced in India and the nation will search for their export to make it a hub for defence manufacturing.

In a serious push to advertise the home defence trade, Singh on Sunday morning introduced restrictions on import of 101 weapons and navy platforms together with mild fight helicopters, transport plane, standard submarines and cruise missiles by 2024. — PTI

 



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