Tata's historic deal! Gave biggest order of 470 aircraft, Biden-Sunak admired
Tata's historic deal! Gave biggest order of 470 aircraft, Biden-Sunak admired

New Delhi: After taking over the reins of Air India, the Tata group is now engaged in expanding the airline's fleet and expanding its operations. In this sequence, contracts have been signed with companies of America and France. This is being described as the biggest deal in the aviation sector. Air India is going to buy 250 passenger aircraft from France's AirBus and 220 passenger aircraft from American aircraft manufacturer Boeing.

US President gladdened over Tata deal:-

Let us know that this move of Air India has increased India's reputation in the international level aviation sector. The proof of this is that the heads of state of America, France, and Britain have expressed happiness about this deal with Tata. US President Joe Biden has described this agreement as historic. Biden has said that Air India is buying 220 aircraft from Boeing. The deal will create nearly one million American jobs in 44 states. Due to this deal, many now do not need to complete their 4-year degree. This announcement also reflects the strengthening economic partnership between India and the US.

The heads of state of France and Britain also expressed happiness:-

At the same time, French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted, ''The contract signed by Airbus and Tata Sons is a new phase in the strategic partnership between India and France. Thank you, PM Narendra Modi, for your faith in France and our industry.'' On the other hand, UK PM Rishi Sunak has also expressed happiness over this agreement. Sunak said in his statement, ''This is one of the largest export deals with India in decades and a major win for the UK's aerospace sector. The wings will be built in Broughton and the engines in Derby. This deal will create jobs across the country and help propel the economy, one of our five priorities.''

What did PM Modi say about Tata's historic deal:-

At the same time, PM Narendra Modi said on Tuesday (February 14) that India is fully prepared to become the world's third-largest aviation hub. This agreement reflects the successes of India's aviation sector. The government of India is giving focus on strengthening this sector. India will need two thousand aircraft in the next 15 years. New doors of opportunities are opening in India regarding 'Make in India-Make for the world'.

Will Tata be attacked like Adani?

Let us inform you that, before Tata, another big group of the country, Adani group had also invested in energy, ports, etc. sectors in countries like Israel, Australia, UK, which increased India's prestige at the international level. But, India's opposition started attacking him on the basis of the report of American short seller firm Hindenburg. In fact, the opposition even accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he got Adani these contracts from abroad. Now the Tata Group has made contracts with foreign companies, due to which countries like America and Britain are looking happy. In such a situation, it will not be surprising if anti-India forces target the Tata group as well.  

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