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Ministry of Defence approves Rs 1,900 Crore Weapon Acquisition

The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) headed by Indian Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar approved acquisition worth Rs. 1,900 Crore, including electronic warfare system for low intensity conflicts in Jammu and Kashmir.

DAC approved a proposal for weapons repair facility at Port Blair at a cost of Rs 450 Crore, and Anti-tank guided missiles for training purposes of the army worth Rs. 405 Crore.

Two other proposals related to Navy are also approved by DAC Mumbai based Defence Shipyard Mazagon Dock will get a repair facility for Scorpene Submarine. The worth cost is Rs. 725 Crores.

What is Defence Acquisition Council (DAC)?

It is Defence Ministry's top acquisition council which is responsible for clearing defence proposals made by Indian Army, Navy and Airforce.

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