Infantry Combat Vehicles Made in India Are Introduced To The Indian Army in Leh, Ladakh

In Leh, the Made in India Infantry Combat Vehicle was piloted by Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi, commander of the Northern Army. Armed jawans entered the vehicle in large numbers.

The Indian Army added new Made in India Infantry Combat Vehicles to its fleet on Friday in Leh, Ladakh, providing a significant boost to the armed forces. Lt. Gen.

Upendra Dwivedi, the commander of the Northern Army, operated the ICV as part of the indication. In order to successfully complete the first ride in the recently introduced Army equipment, several jawans boarded the vehicle carrying weapons.

Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi, commander of the Northern Army, praised the capabilities of the new Infantry Combat Vehicles produced under the Make in India programme.

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“One can easily drive the vehicle,” Lt. General. Dwivedi said when introducing the ICVs to the Indian Army. The driver can see it from 1800 metres away. It has an internal control system for the weapon mounted on it.

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It is important to remember that the vehicle was jointly created by the Tata Group and India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and entered service a while ago.

In order to assess the operational readiness of the troops in the Union Territory, Lt. General Upendra Dwivedi travelled to Ladakh for four days, arriving in Leh on Monday.

During the visit, the Northern Commander reviewed the operational readiness, training, and status of the introduction of contemporary weapon systems, equipment, and logistics assets.

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