India signs 36 Rafale fighter jets from France which will cost 7.8 billion Euros

The government has cleared the eagerly awaited manage France for 36 Rafale fighter jets which will cost 7.8 billion Euros and will be signed on Friday within the sight of French Defense Minister Jean Yves Le Drian. The representative for Dassault declined to give financial details.

India’s Cabinet Committee on Security the most noteworthy body in the administration for the buy of weapons and equipment, led by the prime minister had prior cleared the intergovernmental concession to Sept. 22.

French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and his Indian partner, Manohar Parrikar, assumed key roles in forging the deal, Dassault said.

Defence experts say it will convey a genuinely necessary support to India’s aviation based armed forces as it tries to reestablish its lessening armada of Russian MiG-21s ─ named “Flying Coffins” in light of their poor record.

The world’s top defence importer has signed a few expensive arrangements as a component of a $100bn overhaul since India’s Hindu patriot Prime Minister Narendra Modi took power in 2014.

“The French Air Force, Armee de l’ Air, is moving from Mirages to Rafale for its nuclear strike part this year. They have as of now began the procedure, and despite the fact that our nuclear conveyance frameworks are not quite the same as theirs, it tells us that the Rafale is suited for the task,” clarified the defense official.