New Delhi: Many indigenous weapons have been handed over to the Indian Army. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has handed over these weapons to the Indian Army on Mangalwar. According to Defense Ministry officials, the Defense Minister handed over the F-INSAS system to the Indian Army in the presence of Army Chief General Manoj Pandey and Lt Gen Harpal Singh. During this, the Futuristic Infantry Soldier as a System (F-INSAS) soldier of the Indian Army presented his new weapon systems to the Defense Minister.
And also gave information about assistance including AK-203 assault rifle.
Rajnath Singh hands over indigenous defence systems to Indian Army
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Defense Minister Singh also handed over the Anti-Personnel Mine ‘Nipun’ to the Indian Army. Of these manufactured by Indian private sector industry, about 7 minuses will be provided to the force. The indigenously manufactured weapons supplied to the Army include Landing Craft Attack, Infantry Combat Vehicles and several other systems for operations in Pangong Lake.
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Let us tell you that these weapons have been made in view of the Make in India movement. Manufacturing of indigenous goods is being promoted by the Centre. Earlier on August 15, for the first time in the history of India, the indigenously developed Artillery Gun ATAGS (Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System) prototype developed under the Government’s Make in India initiative was fired from the Red Fort. The indigenous gun, designed and developed by DRDO, gave a ceremonial 21 gun salute along with 25 pounder British guns.
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