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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), the Indian aerospace and defense major, has allocated significant funds towards the development of two crucial helicopter programs in its Q4 FY2023-24 earnings report.

The report details a ?4,000 crore budget earmarked for the Indian Multi-Role Helicopter (IMRH) program. This versatile platform is envisioned to fulfill various military roles, including troop transport, combat search and rescue, and reconnaissance missions. The IMRH’s development aims to reduce dependence on foreign helicopters and replace Mi-17 helicopter fleet and equip the Indian Armed Forces with a domestically produced, advanced multi-role platform.

An additional ?2,000 crore has been allocated for the Utility Helicopter Marine (UHM) program. This helicopter based on the ALH-Dhruv platform is specifically designed to serve the needs of the Indian Navy and Coast Guard, including operations from Warships. The UHM’s capabilities will likely include maritime patrol, surveillance, search and rescue at sea, and logistical support for offshore operations.

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