Defence and Security

For affordable defence

Feb 17, 2017
By Bhartendu Kumar Singh
 
Every year during the budget, many defence and strategic experts start clamouring for a higher budgetary allocation for the defence sector and this year was no different. The allocation of Rs 2.74 lakh crore (excluding defence pensions) is being perceived as “too less”. Seen from a layman's point of view, the defence budget is indeed appropriate since the growth rate is harmonious over the previous years' figures. The real challenge is to respond to the wider issues that prohibit the optimisation of the defence budget.
 
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The Tribune, Februray 17, 2017

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