DAC ratifies proposals for acquisition of equipment for armed forces worth Rs. 2,290 crore. The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) which is the decision making board in the Ministry of Defence for considering on new policies and capital acquisitions for the Army, Navy and Air Force and the Indian Coast Guard. Now the board gave his approval for the proposals for the capital acquisition of equipment that the Armed Forces of India requires at a cost of Rs. 2,900 crores.
Defence Acquisition Procedure (DAP):
Earlier, the Defence Acquisition Procedure (DAP) was released by Defence Minister Raj Nath Singh. The DAP policy has been created with the government’s vision of creating Atmanirbhar Bharat and transforming the Indian Domestic Industry into make India a global manufacturing hub.
Equipments Approved by DAC:
- This procurement contains 72,000 assault rifles from the America.
- Smart Anti Airfield Weapon and Static High Frequency Trans-receiver sets
- High Frequency Radio Sets
- Smart Anti Field weapon that is to be procured at Rs 970 crores
- SIG SAUER Assault Rifles costing around Rs 780 crores.
1) Which are the three countries to launch “Supply Chain Resilience Initiative” to counter China? – India, Japan and Australia
2) Which country has provided Rs 3,500 crores assistance to India to fight COVID-19? – Japan
3) The first edition of Aero India Show was conducted on which year? – 1996
4) Defence Minister Rajnath Singh launches 15 products developed by Defence PSUs as part of which programme? – Atmanirbhar Bharat
5) Recently, India and which country sign agreement to strengthen dialogue on defence tech cooperation? – US
6) Defence Minister Rajnath Singh launched which portal for Indigenization in Defence Sector? – SRIJAN portal
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