HAL to build new light utility helicopter for army, approval granted
HAL to build new light utility helicopter for army, approval granted

New Delhi: India has taken a big step towards the modernization of the army. The Indian company Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) will now manufacture Light Utility Helicopters (LUH) for the Indian Air Force and Army. These light utility helicopters will replace the old Cheetah and Chetak helicopters included in the Army fleet.

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Initial approval has been received for the domestic construction of light utility helicopters, which has opened the way for their construction in India. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited will manufacture about 200 helicopters designed and developed in India to cater to the operational needs of the Indian Army and the Indian Airforce. This important announcement has been made at the ongoing Defense Expo in Lucknow.

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In the event 'Bandhan' organized at Defense Expo 2020, HAL CMD R Madhavan received the documents of Initial Operational Clearance (IOC) at the hands of G Satish Reddy, Secretary of the Department of Defense R&D and Chairman, DRDO. During this time Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath were also present. HAL CMD R Madhavan said, "This is an important opportunity for HAL. It empowers our commitment to Swadeshi programs on self-reliance. And promotes the operational impact of the Indian Armed Forces. HAL is fully equipped to meet the needs of its customers in a time-bound manner.

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