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Naveen Patnaik urged Prime Minister for establishment of a dedicated Defence Industry Corridor

Bhubaneswar:19/5/18; Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi for establishment of a dedicated Defence Industry Corridor and Aeronautical University in the state.

In a letter to Modi, the CM mentioned that Odisha provides a comprehensive ecosystem and state-of-the-art industrial infrastructure facilities for indigenous design, development and manufacturing in defence and aerospace sector.

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi for establishment of a dedicated Defence Industry Corridor and Aeronautical University in the state.

In a letter to Modi, the CM mentioned that Odisha provides a comprehensive ecosystem and state-of-the-art industrial infrastructure facilities for indigenous design, development and manufacturing in defence and aerospace sector.

“The state is also in advanced stages of promulgating a dedicated defence and aerospace manufacturing policy to promote cluster based development of the industry. In view of these unique advantages in the state, the overall cost of production of defence and aerospace products would be very clearly competitive,” Patnaik wrote in the letter.

“The Odisha Government will ensure unmatched facilitation support for quick and successful establishment of both the Defence Industry Corridor and Aeronautical University in the state,” the CM concluded.

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