Defence modernisation: Government priority needs to be on Make in India


A comprehensive defeat of the Congress has established that its ‘Rafale scam’ charge did not stick and was a non-issue as far as the electorate was concerned. However, the vigour with which it was raised over the past year had a strong impact on the bureaucracy, which adopted a cautious note when it came to taking calls on modernisation and promotion of the Make in India policy.

The decisive mandate the BJP has got again now needs to free up the private industry phobia that the Rafale  scam allegations triggered. The Make in India in defence initiative, which the BJP has mentioned prominently in its manifesto for 2019, needs to be anchored firmly around the private sector. Read More

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