New Delhi: The central government is engaged in making the Indian Air Force strong. The government is equipping the Air Force with state-of-the-art capabilities. After the Balakot operation, the government has increased its attention. In this series, the government is going to include 83 Tejas fighter aircraft in the Air Force fleet. Apoorva Chandra, Director General (Purchase), Ministry of Defense told that the government is going to buy 83 Tejas fighter aircraft.
Its price has been finalized. Apoorva Chandra said that the agreement on the price of these aircraft to be made by the state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) will be signed in the next few months. After addressing an international conference, Chand said that the purchase of additional 'surface-to-air missile' missiles for the Indian Air Force was approved by the Union Cabinet last week and the agreement on this would be followed by the next seven Will sign within days.
Director-General Chandra stated that, 'The price of LCA, which the price-fixing committee was discussing, was finalized in a meeting called by the Secretary of Defense Production two days ago. The price of the support package should also be decided within a month or two. In this way we will be in a position to sign the agreement for the aircraft within three to four months. ' In fact, the Air Force chiefs have been tight-lipped about flying nearly 50 years old in the Indian fighter aircraft fleet.
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