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    Abhiman

    It is sad that an indigenous aircraft has to contend with typical Indian bureaucracy from a multitude of agencies just to fly. On the other hand, foreign planes are bought at the drop of a hat, by taking the word of their certifying agencies on paper.

    Is this “Make in India” or “Copy-paste in India” ? And what happened to “Made in India”, which Saras really is ?

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