India says it wants to ensure self-sufficiency in military equipment: it will be achieved through technology transfer.


India says it wants to ensure self-sufficiency in military equipment: it will be achieved through technology transfer.

According to Russian satellite network reported on October 27, India's national security adviser Doval said the government's goal is to make the country 100% self-sufficient in weapons and equipment through technology transfer.

Speaking in New Delhi, Doval said, "All military equipment should be manufactured through technology transfer (in India). This is the policy of the new government.

Speaking about the prospects for ensuring India's future military superiority, he pointed out that the number of troops and military equipment today is secondary. He stressed that "we should consider how we can ensure our country's technological superiority in the war".

"To win the war, we had more modern weapons, communications, a large military budget and a large number of troops," he added. But it won't happen again. In the future, we may see non-contact wars, which will contribute to the development of technology.

Doval said it is important to develop technology to a large extent to maintain the country's economic growth, India is currently considered one of the world's fastest growing countries.

"If we want to be a big country, the economy should also be competitive on a large scale, which can only be achieved with technological advantages," he said.

Finally, Dovar adds that in order to maintain India's growth rate in the last 10 years, "a strong and stable government" is needed. He believes that during this period, the country will have to make "difficult decisions".


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