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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has set a target of delivering 16 LCA Tejas Mk1A fighter jets in the current financial year. This ambitious goal raises questions about potential hurdles, considering the company’s past production rates.

Responding to inquiries, HAL Chief acknowledged “certain supply side challenges” related to “major LRUs” (Line Replaceable Units) that could impact deliveries. These challenges are likely linked to the “geopolitical situation,” hinting at potential import restrictions or delays.

However, HAL expressed confidence in overcoming these obstacles. They are actively working on solutions to secure the necessary LRUs on time, ensuring the planned deliveries of 16 LCA Tejas Mk1A fighters within the current financial year.

While HAL hasn’t explicitly named the specific LRUs causing delays or the geopolitical situation hindering their acquisition, some educated guesses can be made. Potential factors could include ongoing global supply chain disruptions, export restrictions from certain countries, or issues related to specific components.

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