With 36 Rafale planes are coming to India from September 2019 and India is yet to finalize 110 fighter jets deal; we headed for a deterrent named as S400 air defence system.
Unlike the previous govts who would shy away from taking major decisions in the election season to focus on campaign, Modi govt despite Lok Sabha elections, have closed much needed defence deals recently.
Modi government in 2014, present with indigenous solution of Dhanush and ATAGS guns at nascent stages, successfully tackled the uphill task of improving army’s firepower. Here is how it was done these 5 years.
The modernisation of Defense forces has been going on at full pace and this government has been on its heel with this regard.
When our army values our life more than their’s, it is our duty to make sure they don’t feel let down by these minority voices and their confidence remains sky high with millions chanting with them “Jai Hind”.
Narendra Modi’s govt. approach is very clear – it wants a lasting peace in Kashmir, and not a short term band-aid, for which army will have to be given a free hand.
Only during war time or war like situation, we seem to remember our Armed Forces and feel proud of them. At normal times, we don’t seem to care. Do we?