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    Venky

    What the officer states is the truth, an aircraft like avro is not versatile for today’s times. Time to move on.
    It is also time for us to develop 2nd aviation company in India.

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      Krishna

      Government actions have to be necessarily transparent. Otherwise there will be great political cost to pay.

      For common people, some journalists and IAF there is no cost for making stupid suggestions. When there is existing capacity in public sector why should GoI choose a crony capitalist ?

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        Subho S.

        The public sector in India has looted the common Indian man more than the entire private sector combined ! So who is benefiting from crony capitalism ? India’s GDP would be many times higher if we stopped propping up our creaking, inefficient and bloated public sector companies. They could have a role in R&D but certainly not in manufacturing or as in the case of HAL, as a system integrator. Get your facts strauight before spewing nonsense.

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    Subho S

    A more appropriate title would have been “Is HAL trying to compromise India’s defence preparedness ? “

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    Abhijeet CHOUDHURI

    It is time Competition is brought in AEROSPACE aircraft Production. Monopoly of HAL and high handedness must stop asap for India to move to next level of high technology Production of war fare equipment and start exports. Self reliance with level playing competition IS a MUST NOW. COMPETITION BRINGS IN NEW TECHNOLOGIES AT COMPETITIVE PRICES GOOD FOR NATION BUILDING.

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