Gujarat: Not Pigeons, India Releases Cheetahs Now, Says Modi

| Updated: October 19, 2022 1:04 pm

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today “Country has come a long way, earlier we used to release pigeons, now we release cheetahs”. 

The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone for a new air- base in north Gujarat near the India-Pakistan border on Wednesday, saying it will be an effective centre for the country’s security.

Addressing after inaugurating the Defence Expo 2022 in Gujarat capital Gandhinagar, Modi also said that defence forces will release a list of 101 more items that cannot be imported. With this 411 defence-related goods can only be procured locally. This will give a major boost to the Indian defence industry. 

The PM said this is an unprecedented DefExpo as only Indian companies are participating in it for the first time. He said the air base coming up at Deesa in Banaskantha in North Gujarat will “emerge as an effective centre for the security of the country. He also said that the exports of Indian defence products have increased eight times in the last few years. 

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