• India to build 6 submarines worth Rs 43,000 crore, details like this!

    Project 75 (I) is the second project which is undertaken under the Strategic Partnership (SP) model, which aims to expand the Indian Navy’s submarine fleet.

    The government is planning to build six new submarines. According to defence sources, the tender worth Rs 43,000 crore has been awarded to Mazagon Dockyard’s Limited and Larsen & Toubro. These submarines are being built for the Indian Navy under Project 75 India and also to note the fact is that there are two Indian companies that will select one partner each from France, Germany, Russia, South Korea and Spain. These submarines will enhance the capabilities of the Indian Navy. Its goal is to overcome the threat posed by the Chinese navy.

    The second project to be undertaken under the Strategic Partnership (SP) model is Project 75 (I) which aims to expand the Indian Navy’s submarine fleet and in June 2021, a council headed by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh approved the construction of six submarines for the RFP. This will be the most valuable contract among the ‘Make in India’ projects. This will help create the conditions for submarine construction in India. Indigenous development construction materials will be used for the submarines.


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    It is also a Government initiative to develop skills in submarine manufacturing and to design and manufacture submarines independently for the Indian industry. This will soon enable the country to acquire expertise in submarine construction and also to note the fact is that our country India has received two MH60R Seahawk helicopters from the US Navy and a P8 Poseidon Ocean Surveillance Flight from the US Navy. The Union Cabinet also approved the purchase of 24 MH60R multi-role helicopters from the US at a cost of US $ 2.4 billion.

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