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Indian Army: Army tanks reached across the Indus river to hide the enemies, showed might in maneuvers

Pankaj Prasad
Tanks T 90 Bhishma
Tanks T 90 Bhishma

Tanks (T-90 Bhishma) and BMP combat vehicles of the Indian Army participated in the exercise to cross the Indus River in eastern Ladakh.

Tanks and combat vehicles of the Indian Army practiced crossing the Indus River in the eastern Ladakh sector to attack enemy positions. Tanks (T-90 Bhishma) and BMP combat vehicles of the Indian Army participated in the exercise to cross the Indus River in eastern Ladakh. According to information, new weapons and equipment of the Indian Army have been deployed in the eastern Ladakh sector. The new weapon systems include Dhanush - Made in India Howitzer, M4 Quick Reaction Force Vehicle and All Terrain Vehicle.


Dhanush Made in India Howitzer also participated in the exercise

BMP Infantry Combat Vehicles of the Indian Army, while practicing, showed their might by crossing the Indus River at Nyoma in East Ladakh. Speaking about the military exercise, Capt V Mishra said, "The drill also involved the 155 mm x 45 caliber Dhanush Howitzer Made in India. It is manufactured at a Gun Carriage Factory in Jabalpur under the advanced two-system Make in India scheme." It has been deployed since last year.It has the capability to engage targets above 4000 meters above sea level with an accuracy of 48 kilometers.It can fire six types of ammunition and is the first Can fire three rounds in fire. It has been developed under transfer of technology from Bofors, but India has made it on its own under Make in India scheme.