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Indian Army Purchasing 12 Patrol Boats For Surveillance On China

Amid the ongoing India-China standoff with China, the Indian Army is going to increase its strength. The army has finalized the proposal to purchase modern patrol boats. After the arrival of these boats, it will be easy for the jawans to keep an eye on the movement of China. The army said that the new modern boats will be used to monitor large reservoirs including Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh. Even before this, the Indian Army has taken many steps to give a befitting reply to the Chinese Army.

India and China are face to face with East Ladakh since early May. Many rounds have been held in both countries so far, but to no avail. In such a situation, the Army has started strengthening itself. In this sequence, the purchase of modern patrol boats has been approved. The army said that it has signed an agreement with the state-owned undertaking Goa Shipyard Limited. The agreement is for 12 patrol boats.

The army has tweeted and said that from May 2021, the supply of boats will start. These boats will be used for patrolling and surveillance in large reservoirs. At the same time, Goa Shipyard Limited said in a statement that it has signed a contract with the Indian Army on Thursday for state-of-the-art patrol boats. These boats will be fitted with special equipment according to the needs of the security forces.

The company said in its statement that these boats will be built in Goa and with special facilities it will be among the selected boats in the world. Explain that despite the fierce cold, the Indian Army has deployed more than 50,000 army personnel on various hills in eastern Ladakh to compete with China. The army said that China has deployed the same number of soldiers.

The company said in its statement that these boats will be built in Goa and with special facilities it will be among the selected boats in the world. Explain that despite the fierce cold, the Indian Army has deployed more than 50,000 army personnel on various hills in eastern Ladakh to compete with China. The army said that China has deployed the same number of soldiers.