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HAL, he said, was expecting more orders in the next 3-6 months which will ensure a comfortable order book position for the firm.
According to sources, the study is expected to be completed in three months after which the reports will be sent to the respective state governments.
In the complaint against officials of the finance section of the unit, Rout alleged that the scam had occurred between January and August this year.
It was alleged that the eight accused, including the three officials, entered into a criminal conspiracy and misappropriated an amount of about Rs 5.01 crore of HAL.
India's prestige globally and puts the lives of our pilots at risk," he said over the IAF's drive to acquire airframes and spares from overseas grounded-fighters to upgrade the ageing Jaguar fleet.
While the event is expected to be an extension of Congress’ escalation of the multicrore Rafale deal, the employees’ union of HAL has categorically refused to take part in Saturday’s event.
The PSU, which is currently working on many crucial projects, including that of manufacturing Light Combat Aircraft, Su-30MKI fighter jets and many helicopter projects.
Denied nod, Rahul Gandhi to interact with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited employees at different venue
Unperturbed, the Congress reiterated that the event will go on but at a different venue.
Party spokesperson Jaipal Reddy said Gandhi is visiting as HAL has been the victim of the Rafale deal signed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government.
The DGM had directed Maiti to come to office with all relevant documents on Sunday.
HAL produced 40 aircraft and helicopters covering Su-30 MKI, LCA Tejas & Dornier Do-228 in fixed wing and ALH Dhruv and Cheetal Helicopters in rotary wing.
Entire issue of HAL not being chosen happened during their (UPA) time, so all these questions that they are now directing at us should actually go to them, Sitharaman said.
Shourie said that in just two days Prime Minister Modi completely overturned a process that was in progress for years.
Madhavan, who earlier headed the HAL's Accessories Division in Lucknow as an Executive Director. has contributed to "Make in India" drive by developing MSME vendors for aerospace manufacturing.
In April 2011, after a major technical evaluation by the IAF and due diligence by the Ministry of Defence, the Typhoon and the Rafale were shortlisted.