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Vivid News 24: During his visit to Karnataka today ahead of the assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi aimed at the opposition at a public rally. At the opening of India’s largest helicopter manufacturing facility in Tumakuru, about 70 kilometers from Bengaluru, the state capital,

Prime Minister Modi referred to opposition claims that the Rafale fighter jet deal benefited Anil Ambani’s Reliance Defence Ltd while harming the state-run aerospace giant Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, or HAL. Without mentioning the Congress, which had been vocal in its criticism, Prime Minister Modi claimed that “misinformation was propagated regarding HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited) and numerous false claims were made against our government.”

“The Parliament lost a lot of productive time because of it. The rise in power of HAL’s Helicopter Factory will expose those who made untrue accusations. HAL increases defense independence, “added said. “The defense for the opposition is this plant. Today, the truth is coming out “Added he.

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The alleged anomalies in the 59,000 crore agreement for the purchase of Rafale aircraft from a French company were the cornerstone of the Congress’ general election campaign for 2019. The party said that Reliance Defence Ltd. of Anil Ambani benefited from the Rafale purchase and questioned why HAL, a state-run aerospace company, was not participating given that it was finalized during the UPA era.

Rahul Gandhi of the Congress claimed that by denying HAL the contract, PM Modi’s administration was ruining the company and stealing jobs away from Karnataka’s residents. The party was destroyed in the election that followed, and the “Chowkidar Chor Hai” (the watchman is a thief) campaign’s political platform turned into a personal attack on the Prime Minister.

Light Utility Helicopters and Indian multi-role Helicopters will be produced at the recently inaugurated Greenfield helicopter complex. The plant will initially produce about 30 helicopters annually; this number will gradually increase to 60 and finally 90 annually. The Tumakuru facility is anticipated to produce more than 1,000 helicopters during the following two decades.

The new facility is anticipated to provide thousands of jobs and positively impact more than 6,000 people directly or indirectly. Additionally, it is anticipated to bring in the business of 4 lakh crore. Regarding the Rafale deal, the Supreme Court has cleared the government.

Following a plea from Congress, the top court confirmed an earlier ruling in November 2020 that there was no need to launch an investigation into the situation. Rahul Gandhi must apologize to the public for his accusations made against Prime Minister Modi about the deal, the BJP has stated.

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