Not Having Transfer of Technology Clause in Rafale Deal Adversely Hit Us: HAL Employee Union


The Prime Minister assured of big investments but instead took away our money, representatives of the workers’ union of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited claimed in a press conference held in the capital on Thursday.

Union members of HAL, who claimed to be representing over 10,000 workers at HAL’s Bangalore plant, also demanded that the PSU be made a partner of Dassault Aviation, not just an offset partner.  The employees said that they had met Rahul Gandhi on Thursday morning in an attempt to get him to raise their issue in days to come.

The HAL employees claimed that the decision to not allow a Transfer-of-Technology clause in the renewed deal under which 36 Rafale jets had been bought, had adversely hit the 78-year-old PSU. Read More

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