Def Min permits modifications to the Navy's $7 billion submarine tender, but does not alter the necessary capabilities.

The Indian Navy has promised that the next line of submarines will be designed in India . The tender for six new submarines named Project 75 India is being handled under the Strategic Partnership scheme .

New Delhi (India), August 6: The Defence Ministry has given the clearance to the Prime Ministers Office (PMO) and the National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS) for changes to the current tender that will enable the project to proceed.The Indian Navy has promised that the next line of submarines will be designed in India and that exports will be allowed as part of the process.According to government sources, the tender's qualitative requirements have not been changed and will continue to be so in the future, according to government sources.According to sources, the Defence Ministry received a request for the elimination of the tender's provision for joint and severe liability.The Defence Ministry had also requested written advice from the Defence Ministry before making any changes to the tender.The tender for six new submarines named Project 75 India is being handled under the Strategic Partnership scheme, which allows the boats to be built jointly by a The Indian partner will be labeled as the cooperator or supporter, while the Navy will now only accept proposals from Russia, Germany, Spain, and South Korea, according to sources.The Navy has also indicated that it will not accept proposals that would put more money into the Indian market.