NEW DELHI: If India has to meet its target of notching up defence exports worth ₹35,000 crore by 2025, ramping up domestic production will be a critical requirement. Efforts have already begun in the right direction, the government has created an enabling ecosystem and the three services are giving more and more weightage to Indian defence manufacturers. Speaking at the India Defence Conclave 2022 hosted by Bharat Shakti, the Army, Navy and Air Force spoke in detail about how the journey towards achieving Atmanirbharta in defence procurement is progressing and why they believe the future is promising. Bharat Shakti and StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale spoke to a special panel comprising Deputy Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen. Shantanu Dayal, Vice Chief of Naval Staff Vice Admiral SN Ghormade and Deputy Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal N Tiwari.
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