Guard Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday said another line of generation for single motor warrior planes will be begun in India under the Strategic Partnership display. At a question and answer session on Tuesday, the clergyman said that dialogs on Strategic Partnership are in the last stage and are probably going to be closed before the end of January. “The second line of single motor flying machine is additionally required for which we are considering utilizing the Strategic Partnership soon once the section is finished. Amid the present year, the choice, offering and conclusion ought to likely be over,” Mr Parrikar said on Tuesday. Gotten some information about the Strategic Partnership, the clergyman said: “I think it is in definite stage… There are few issues that need to appropriately recorded. I think we have benefited a vocation and I think the vital accomplice is probably going to be finished before the current month’s over. We are meeting at some point one week from now and expect comes about soon.” Mr Parrikar expelled reports of India considering purchasing more Rafale warrior streams separated from the 36 flying machine that India purchased from France under a legislature to government bargain. This comes not long after previous Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, at a question and answer session days before his retirement said the 36 Rafale planes purchased by India were insufficient and more flying machine were required in the medium weight classification. Air Chief Marshal Raha had likewise said that India needs no less than 200 more warrior airplane in the following ten years. Discussing the indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Tejas, Mr Parrikar said one line of creation is in the blink of an eye operational and the limit will be expanded to deliver 16 flying machine a year.