Rajnath Singh is on a roll


Defence Minister Rajnath Singh began his term with a visit to Siachen base camp quickly dispelling notions of him being a Union minister confined to South Block. This month, Singh is going the extra mile.

On September 19, Rajnath Singh visited Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) and donned a g-suit and Ray Ban aviators to ride in a Light Combat Aircraft Tejas. On September 28, he will visit Mumbai for his first interaction with the Mumbai-based Western Naval Command.

He will be present at the launch of the ‘Nilgiri’, leadship of the Project 17A class frigate at the Mazagon Docks Ltd, commission the second Scorpene class submarine Khanderi and inaugurate a gigantic dry dock capable of taking in the Navy’s 44,500 tonne aircraft carrier the INS Vikramaditya, in the naval dockyard at Mumbai.

Singh then jets off to Goa where he will board the INS Vikramaditya for a ‘day at sea’ with the Western Fleet. On his return, he visits the Shore Based Test Facility  Read More

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