Blacklisting policy for tainted defence deals approved

  1. What: The government has approved the long- pending policy for blacklisting firms involved in corruption in arms purchases
  2. The government has stated that instead of blanket blacklisting of firms involved in corrupt practices, heavy fines could be imposed and banning would be the last resort
  3. Why: In several instances in the past, banning of firms had adversely affected defence preparedness
  4. As major military platforms were grounded due to lack of spares and support
Defence Sector – DPP, Missions, Schemes, Security Forces, etc.
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