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 Should Indian Government allow INDIAN Private Sector players to develop , make and sell - their own indigenous weapons like TANKS and SUBMARINES .

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PostSubject: Should Indian Government allow INDIAN Private Sector players to develop , make and sell - their own indigenous weapons like TANKS and SUBMARINES .   Thu Apr 07, 2011 10:55 am


Good Day,
I rember that nearly 40 years ago TATA offers Indian Government that they can develop TANK for Indian Army , if Government permite them to do so.
The GREAT GREAT Indian Government refuse that .
I think GOI want to keep Private companies out of business for full finished defence product .
They tried to keep L & T out of Submarines deal in recent days .
Government should offer them to go with it , if GOI do not want to buy thoes products
let some other country to buy them . But GOI must allow companies to go for defence products like big weapons - Tanks , Submarines .
Please share your ideas.
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PostSubject: Re: Should Indian Government allow INDIAN Private Sector players to develop , make and sell - their own indigenous weapons like TANKS and SUBMARINES .   Sat May 28, 2011 1:29 am

Panel for opening up submarine construction to private sector

Dev Chatterjee & Sameer Hashmi, May 23, 2011, 10.37am ISTTags:submarine programme|Submarine
MUMBAI:
A committee set up by the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to study India's much-delayed submarine programme has recommended opening up construction of submarines to the private sector. Each submarine costs close to Rs 8,000 crore to the government exchequer.

The committee, led by former Chairman of SAIL Dr. V. Krishnamurthy, has said that private sector investments should be invited as public-private partnership and as joint ventures with the government owned companies.

The committee has said that with private sector setting up capacity in the country there is no need to import submarines in future thus opening up the Rs 50,000 crore markets for Indian companies like L&T and Pipavav Shipyard. India at present has 14 submarines in its fleet.
http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2011-05-23/news/29574210_1_submarines-mazgaon-docks-private-sector

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