Washington. Members of the India Caucus have introduced a bipartisan bill that aims to give India access to the weapons it needs to defend itself and promote its security goals with the US in the Indo-Pacific region. Indian-American Democratic Congressmen Raja Krishnamurthy, Ro Khanna and Mark Vesey, along with Republican Congressmen Andy Barr and Mike Waltz, introduced the bill, which seeks to expedite the process of arms sales from the US to India and deepen US-India defense ties. will give an opportunity to
A similar bill was introduced in the US Senate by Democratic Congressman Mark Warner and Republican Congressman John Cornyn, according to a statement issued by Krishnamurthy’s office. At the same time, according to a statement issued by Barr’s office, the bill “will enable India to negotiate with other US partners and allies by streamlining and expediting the review and sales process for Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and exports under the Arms Export Control Act.” Will bring it on the same level with.
This will hold the Indian FMS accountable to other major US partners and allies, ensuring that India has streamlined access to the high-level capabilities it needs to defend itself. Barr said that as the world’s largest democracy, “strengthening our global partnership is critical to meeting current challenges and securing a secure future for all.”
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