The company also said it will build the world's most modern aerospace facility in India, besides creating a local supplier base of ancillary systems.
From Sweden, Modi will leave for Britain on April 17 evening.
Modi will arrive in Stockholm on April 16 in the afternoon in what will be the first visit of a Prime Minister from India to Sweden in 30 years since Rajiv Gandhi's visit in 1988. Prime Minister's connect with the diaspora is sure to leverage the Indian technocrats living in countries such as Sweden to push economic growth in India.
The PM will visit the United Kingdom from April 17-20 for a bilateral visit and to attend the CHOGM.
Modi will also hold bilateral meetings with the prime ministers of the other four Nordic countries.
He will visit the two nations between April 17-20.
Addressing the media in New Delhi, Subrata Bhattacharjee, Joint Secretary (Central Europe) in the Ministry of External Affairs, said Modi will also have an audience with Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf.
On the first leg of his visit, the Prime Minister will visit Sweden where he will attend the first ever India-Nordic Summit at Stockholm. On April 17, Modi and his Swedish counterpart, Stefan Lofven, will hold a meeting during which they expect to discuss bilateral, regional and global issues. An Ayurveda Centre of Excellence will be launched in London.
Modi will attend the CHOGM in London from April 19-20.
According to official estimates, India-UK bilateral trade stands at Dollars 13 billion, with the UK among the largest G20 investors into India. "The venue is of great global significance and will make history with this unique niche event", said the Europe India Forum, the organisation behind the mega diaspora event attended by almost 60,000 people at Wembley Stadium during Modi's last United Kingdom visit in November 2015.
The Congress leader said the BJP can inaugurate as many memorials as they like, "but the fact is that they are reducing sub-plans, financial allocations".
On the sidelines of the "unprecedented" welcome, Modi will also be greeted with some protests at Parliament Square on Wednesday afternoon, being spearheaded by Pakistani-origin peer, Lord Ahmed, and bringing together UK-based Kashmiri and Sikh groups.
Prime Minister Modi has never given a press conference since assuming office and he remains seemingly reluctant to speak up about issues such as lynching of suspected cattle smugglers and the two recent rape cases.