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Rajnath Singh to Start Atmanirbhar Bharat Week Today

Rajnath Singh

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will start ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Week’ on Monday. This information was given in an official statement. The Defense Minister’s office tweeted late on Sunday night that the program would be held at 3:30 pm. “A self-reliant India will be built under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi which will be self-reliant in the fields of bread, textiles, housing, health and education,” Rajnath Singh said in a digital event.

He said that the Prime Minister had announced the creation of a new India on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of Champaran in 2017. He said, “Now the Prime Minister has made it clear that when we lay the foundation of a new India, then it will be full of confidence and self-reliance.”

In an important initiative to boost the domestic defense industry, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday announced a ban on importation of 101 arms and military equipment till 2024. These devices include light combat helicopters, cargo aircraft, conventional submarines and cruise missiles.

According to officials, the list of 101 items includes toad artillery guns, short-range surface-to-air missiles, cruise missiles, offshore patrol ships, electronic warfare systems, next-generation missile ships, floating docks, anti-submarine rocket launchers and Short-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft are included.

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