Ravi K Gupta
hmm. make them in India
Definitely our military have to be provided updated technology to defend our country
Too much dependance on a single source is bad
Up-gradation of defence infrastructure and preparedness has to be a continuous process. Unfortunately the policy so far has been to resort to fire fighting when ever there was a crisis and forgetting about defence requirements the moment a crisis got over!
Need more fighter to counter Chinese even indian not thinking about the poor Pakistani bcoz Tejas check pakistani if need.
Indigenisation is the key to long term success.......... IAF's and other defence force's warfare components needs to be manufactured in India.
The Tejas push is a good reform.
Any how we have to keep our fighter squadrons armoury full weather you aquire them from outside or make in inda. Our so called kind neighbours are kind as long as long as we are strong.once you loose your armoury they don't hesitate to show their eyes and attack the very next moment.
How many more decades are required before the nation can have a truly "Made In India" fighters for IAF? Even indigenous Tejas has imported engines from GE(USA).
India is a window shopper who find difficulty to decide which to take home
It is always better to diversify our defence equipments needs and dependence on just one country can lead to disasters.
Shankar Narayan Sarma
Do good for the country. No compromise in Defence needs. Equip our Jawans with ultra modern equipments. Soldiers are country's back bone. Their grievances and needs should be heard.
NO COUNTRY CAN AFFORD TO PUT ALL EGGS IN ONE BASKET. WE HAVE IN PAST SUFFERED AT HANDS OF UK AND USA WHO PROVED TO BE BAD SUPPLIERS OF DEFENSE EQUIPMENT IN TIMES OF WAR. WE NEED DIFFERENT SUPPLIERS AND LOCAL MANUFACTURING CAPACITY.
Eurofighter would be a good choice.
Another drive for imports.Golden period for some