During his two-day visit to Gujarat, which is headed toward elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open the DefExpo 22 there on Wednesday and also introduce development initiatives worth Rs 15,670 crore
The highest ever participation in the exhibition will take place at the Expo, which will be held under the theme “Path to Pride,” according to a PMO statement. For the first time, it will see a defense show hosted purely for Indian businesses, including those that are joint venture partners with Indian corporations and domestic subsidiaries of international businesses. He will introduce the indigenous trainer aircraft HTT-40, created by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, at the India Pavilion of the show (HAL). According to the statement, the aircraft includes cutting-edge modern equipment and was built with pilot-friendly characteristics. He will also introduce “Mission DefSpace” at the event, which aims to use industry and startups to develop creative defense forces in space solutions.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open the DefExpo 22 there on Wednesday and also introduce development initiatives worth Rs 15,670 crore
According to the statement, the forward air force facility would strengthen the nation’s security system. Modi will inaugurate the “Mission Schools of Excellence” in Adalaj and lay the cornerstone for a number of development projects in Junagadh among other events on Wednesday. According to the release, he will dedicate and lay the cornerstone for several projects in Rajkot as well as open the India Urban Housing Conclave in 2022. In the evening, he will also open an exhibition of cutting-edge building techniques in Rajkot. The prime minister will inaugurate “Mission LiFE” on Thursday in Kevadia and then take part in the conference’s 10th “Heads of Missions” gathering. He will also lay the cornerstone for a number of development projects at Vyara.
The second Indian Ocean Region Plus (IOR+) Conclave and the second India-Africa Defence Dialogue, both with the topic “India-Africa: Adopting strategy for synergizing Defence and Security Partnership,” will also take place at DefExpo. More than 100 companies will present their technologies at the big event’s first-ever Investors’ Meet for defence, where 451 alliances and launches are anticipated to be made. According to the statement, the “Mission Schools of Excellence” have been designed with a total investment of Rs 10,000 crores and would assist improve Gujarat’s educational infrastructure by building new classrooms, smart classrooms, computer laboratories, and other improvements to school facilities. Later this year, the state will hold elections for the assembly.