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New Delhi: After the announcement of the Defense Corridor, the country’s defense system can get momentum from MSME. Experts say that the construction of the defense corridor in Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh will make the work of the manufacturers easier. The initial work on this corridor has also started. Clusters will be made to meet the target of reducing import of Indian government by 2025.
So in Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Coimbatore, Salem, Trichy and Hosur will be involved in the Defense Corridor. This corridor will not only increase the self-reliance of India in the defense sector but will also create opportunities for one lakh jobs. The CEO of this area, CK Mohan, said that at this time, for the USP of Defense, 1500 units make parts in the state. The units present will be trained and new units will be involved after government funding. Let us tell you that the Central Government has set a target of reducing imports by 15 per cent every year in this sector. There are about 12 lakh MSME units in Tamil Nadu and at least 10 percent of them can be included in the cluster in the next few years.
Sundaram R, who is the manufacturer of defense products and part of the Jahaz For nearly 3 decades the military aircraft are making patrons, but in Salem it was not so easy for the unit owner. In spite of a fully established business, entrepreneurs like him have to run a lot. They have to wait for many days to test the parts of the aircraft and to get it certified. After this it is supplied to the assembling units. They have a positive idea for this corridor. They say that the government’s thinking is good. In this area, we have to be self-reliant
Now Sundaram hopes that the situation will change after the announcement of the Defense Corridor by the Central Government. They said, this is a great boon for us. This will facilitate the process of product testing and certification for existing manufacturers. Along with this, new units will also be encouraged to come to the Defense Manufacturing sector. Let us tell you that a few months ago, the Central Government announced the establishment of Defense Corridors in Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh. Here we will get mixed links to become Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (RSUS) clusters working in the Defense Manufacturing Sector. If this initiative takes shape, Sundaram can also be one of those units by 2025 which will take Tamil Nadu forward as a large exporter of such parts.
It is worth noting that at this time India is fully dependent on imports and exports of Rs. 1995 crore, in such a scenario, the Central Government has prepared a defense production policy by making the target of 2025. Lt Gen (retired) Subrata Saha, Director General of the Society of Indian Defense Manufacturers (SIDM) during the recent Defense Exxpo in Chennai had said that soon to appoint a consultant to prepare a detailed project report for the establishment of Defense Corridors Will.
It is being told that the work on the corridor has started. Tamilnadu Small and Tiny Industries is meeting to take feedback on the Association Corridor. There are many suggestions in this too. In Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Coimbatore, Salem, Trichy and Hosur will join the Defense Corridor. This corridor will not only increase the self-reliance of India in the defense sector but will also create opportunities for one lakh jobs. Association General Secretary CK Mohan said that at this time, for defense USP 1500 units in the state make spare parts. Currently existing units will be trained and after the government funding, new units will also be included. Let us tell you that the Central Government has set a target of reducing imports by 15 per cent every year in this sector. There are about 12 lakh MSME units in Tamil Nadu and at least 10 percent of them can be included in the cluster in the next few years.