Indian Army Mine Protected Vechiles, Light Armoured Vechiles and Armoured Personnel Carriers

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    Note the police lights on the second MPV.

     
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    ordnance factory medak (odf ) sarath battle tank,mpv,bullet proof vehicles are manufacture
     
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    Indian Army Finally Ordered a New Fleet of Mine Protected Vehicles
     
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    Indian Army Finally Ordered a New Fleet of Mine Protected Vehicles
    The Indian Army and the Border Security Force (BSF) had notified their soldiers on the ground to make a list of requirements, reports India Today.

    The soldiers reportedly made a list that includes rifles, ammunition, bulletproof jackets, hand-held thermal imagers, night vision devices, sandbags and fresh communication lines.

    However, the notification does little to raise the hopes of the Army soldiers. As an officer leading a battalion at the Line of Control (LoC) points out:

    This happens every time things tense up. While a few things will be made available, most will not. Invariably, matters fall back to the same old pace. We hope things are different this time.

    The BSF requires 3.5 lakh bulletproof vests and has ordered 50,000 earlier in the year. However, quantity and quality of the vests may not be up to the mark, the report claims citing sources.

    The Indian Army has asked for 250 Mine Protected Vehicles (MVP) which can carry up to a dozen soldiers and protect them through minefields of Improvised Explosive Devices (IED).

    The order has reportedly been placed with the Vehicle Factory Jabalpur (VFJ) and the delivery is expected to begin by 2018.

    The Army started using MPVs in the early 1990s while countering insurgencies. An officer close to the case said the new fleet of vehicles have been finalised after several rounds of testing.

    http://www.defencenews.in/article/I...d-a-New-Fleet-of-Mine-Protected-Vehicles-8550
     
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    Indian Army Uses Latest Indigenous Weapons And Unmaned Robots
     
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    J&K: Army gets heavy firepower to fight terrorists this summer
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    New Delhi: The Centre has given a major push to equip the Army and central paramilitary forces with advanced weapons and equipment in anticipation of increased militant activity in Kashmir valley in summer.

    Intelligence agencies have hinted that militant activity may reach an all-time high this summer, people familiar with the matter said. This was the first time in over a decade that any government has overhauled the entire weapon system of security forces deployed in the Valley, the people said.

    They said the first consignment of lightweight bulletproof vests — which has been a longstanding demand of the security forces — and mine and bulletproof vehicles, lightweight rocket launchers (shoulder mounted), Tavor assault rifles and rapid-fire Glock 17 pistols have already reached the Valley. The next lot is expected in the next few weeks.
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    In the next batch, the security forces would be armed with H&K MP-5 sub-machine guns (known for low recoil), sniper rifles, improved communication gadgets and special boots which can sustain an improvised explosive device blast.

    People familiar with the matter said this was a major initiative by the Centre in its fight against terror in the Valley, and the entire equipment will be delivered to security personnel before the onset of summer.

    The Centre is still exploring possibilities of procuring non-lethal weapons for crowd control, although the paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force has already said it was planning to use a modified version of the pellet guns. These guns allegedly inflicted severe eye injuries to protesters in the Valley last year.

    “While we want to insulate protesters from any major injuries, there will be major crackdown against militants in the summer months,” said a security officer who did not want to be named.

    “Intelligence reports already suggest that militants are planning major offensive in the Valley. Even last year the infiltration attempts were at an all-time high,” the officer said. The new weapons will also be given to forces deployed along the International Border and the Line of Control with Pakistan.

    Apart from better equipment, security forces, particularly paramilitary forces, have been told that their personnel should get the “best available quality” food.

    The commanding officers have been asked to check and taste the food before it is served to soldiers. Recently, Border Security Force constable Tej Bahadur posted a video on social media that showed poor quality food given to soldiers.
    http://www.asianage.com/india/all-india/020317/heavy-firepower-to-fight-terrorists-this-summer.html
     
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