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.
Since Modi came to power India is buying military hardware like never before. We have crossed 3 lakh crore budget for defence (allowance budget is not included).
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 force never fails: Indian Army
If we impartially decode the statement of PM Modi, we will understand that what he urged to the first time voters is a truth meant to inspire them to vote and it was not a campaign for BJP.
PM Modi’s leadership and actions in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack has a lot of parallels with Pratapgadh encounter between Shivaji and the Adilshahi General Afzal Khan, in terms of comprehensive strategy, successful military action and decisive leadership.