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The Indian Army is buying these dangerous weapons for Rs 15,000 crore

The Indian Army is buying these dangerous weapons for Rs 15,000 crore.

Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India,’ the military defense sector improves.

However, India will buy domestic weapons this time, including ‘Akash‘ missiles and ALH Dhruv helicopters for Rs 15 billion Tk.

According to sources from the Defense Ministry, the Defense Procurement Council may allow Akash missiles and constant ALH helicopters.

These constant helicopters will be delivered to the Army Aviation Wing. Besides, DRDO will work for more advanced missiles in the future.

The Indian Army will be stronger

According to the Defense Ministry, the purchase of these two weapons will further enhance the capabilities of the Indian Army and strengthen its position in defending the border. Sources claim that these two projects can cost 15 billion rupees.

Sky missiles

The Indian Army already has these missiles. However, the source claimed that India is going to buy a new version of the Akash missile.

These aerial missiles will target enemy aircraft and cruise missiles with greater precision and precision from a distance of 25-30 km.

Most of India’s northern border is with China and Pakistan. The area also has mountain and winter challenges.

These aerial missiles work correctly even in the chilly Ladakh climate.

As a result, India can keep an eye on China and Pakistan in the mountainous areas along the border.

Who made the Akash missile?

It is a homemade missile. The missile was developed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO).

The Indian Army already has these missiles. Work is being done to improve it in the coming days.

The military is also considering buying a constant Mark 3 helicopter.

In addition to aerial missiles, the Indian Army will also buy constant Mark helicopters from ALH.

The hand of the Indian Air Force will be more substantial. The Indian Army is now incorporating some of its weapons equipment manufactured in its own country.

DRDO recently tested a new version of the Akash missile. The missile is one of the pillars of the Indian Army’s ability to attack enemy aircraft from a distance and in high mountainous areas on the northern border.

Devika
Devika Chowdhury - She is a professional news editor, writer, and blogger for the last 10 years. She is working with NewsGater as an off-beat news editor cum writer.

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