Rajouri where they are is not covered in snow all time of the year, and lets say he is wrong here even then having a camo just for hardly few months is a logistical nightmare.
The question is whether the government is willing to accept non-combat casualties every time there is a ceasefire violation due to the lack of such camos. To me as an Indian, it is not acceptable. Soldiers join the military to protect the country - while death is inevitable, it does not HAVE to come when not in combat. Logistics can always be managed and India won't be the first country to take such a step.
Conflict zones require more than adequate logistics and it is something all forces have to be prepared for that.
If these expectations are not set by the soldiers, the government will start scrimping on even their normal allowances.