Indian Army conducts integrated war exercise to test its capabilities

New Delhi, April 16 (IANS) The Indian Army is conducting a major exercise in the Rajasthan desert near Pokharan city to test its capability of Striking deep into enemy territory in an integrated air-land battle mode.

About 30,000 soldiers are partcipating in exercise Shatrujeet, a defence ministry statement said.

“The operationally oriented exercise is focusing on validating integrated theatre battle fighting concept incorporating new age technologies, weapon platforms and systems as well as long range precision targeting vectors,” the statement said.

“The Indian Army undertakes such exercises at regular intervals at different levels to ensure the forces are provided real war-like situations and are kept in a high state of battle readiness,” it added.

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  1. Glad to see that our military is doing everything under their control to keep India safe and ready. Just watch out – this military exercise is may offend JNU students, Congress Party voters and many secular/minority groups!!! Remember, anti-national elements are the new national heroes in today’s India!!

    On a different note, here is something from Indonesia that our AS Beef Mathew and other members of ‘beef club’ may find interesting!!

    http://nytlive.nytimes.com/womenintheworld/2016/04/14/60-year-old-christian-woman-in-indonesia-caned-for-breaking-sharia-law/

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