CAG slams Indian Navy for failing to conclude contract to procure LPDs
Wednesday, 23 September 2020
The Comptroller and Auditor General has taken a strong exception to the India Navy's failure to conclude a Rs 16,000-crore contract to induct a fleet of amphibious warships even after deciding on the acquisition in 2010. The Navy planned to procure four Landing Platform Docks (LPDs) which are used to transport troops, land warfare assets such as tanks, helicopters and vessels into a war zone by sea.
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