Gen Anil Chauhan inaugurates the maiden Armed Forces BEML Synergy Meet 2024

Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari along with senior officials from Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard also attended the event.
Gen Anil Chauhan inaugurates the maiden Armed Forces BEML Synergy Meet 2024

New Delhi: India’s pursuit of defence indigenisation and self-reliance is crucial for achieving strategic independence in the defence sector. This was stated by Chief of Defence Staff Gen Anil Chauhan while addressing the maiden Armed Forces BEML Synergy Meet 2024 on June 21, 2024 in New Delhi.

Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari along with senior officials from Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard also attended the event.

Underlining the objectives of Aatmnirbharta in defence, Gen Anil Chauhan said, “The concept of Atmanirbharta underscores our aim to attain autonomy in defence production and establish an ecosystem that positions India as a leading global defence exporter.”

This first of its kind event was aimed at deepening understanding and delivering cutting-edge solutions to meet military needs in the near future and to further strengthen Aatmnirbharta in defence.

Gen Anil Chauhan commended BEML for their efforts and endorsed the collaborative development of indigenous defence equipment. He emphasized the importance of joint integration to achieve synergy in line with the Government of India’s agenda for military modernization.

The event served as a platform for open interactions, strengthening the relationships between BEML and the armed forces.

These discussions were aimed at fostering mutual growth and ensuring that the defence sector can meet the evolving challenges and demands of modern military operations with the equal collaboration from Defence PSU like BEML.

CMD BEML Shri Shantanu Roy in his address reiterated the commitment of the defence PSU to enhancing the nation’s indigenization efforts in army vehicles and solutions. He said, the synergy meet will provide valuable insights into the evolving needs of the Army, Navy and Air Force, and we stand ready with our research and execution capabilities to meet these requirements.”

The synergy meet paved the way for future collaborations, enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of defence solutions and contributing to the nation’s security and technological advancement.

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