Indian Army chief Gen Bipin Singh Rawat at a seminar Future Armoured Vehicles India 2017 at the DRDO Bhawan in New Delhi on Wednesday
Indian Army sources say as things stand, just building stocks of all types of ammunition to last 10 days could cost about Rs 20,000 crore.
India has set June 2018 as its target for meeting critical shortage of
Defence Ministry yet to issue clarifications on the ‘Request for Proposal’ to leading players
by Nayanima Basu
The much-awaited $2-billion ammunition program of the Indian Army is facing inordinate delays as the Defence Ministry is yet to issue a revised Request for Proposal (RFP) to leading players eyeing the deal.
The Defence Ministry issued
Army chief General Bipin Rawat also said incidents of stone pelting have come down significantly in Jammu and Kashmir and security forces are making all efforts to maintain normalcy in the state.
Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Friday that the armed force is not facing any shortage of arms and it can give a befitting reply to the