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Mountain Warfare Along China Border Indian Army Looking At Developing Zorawar Light Tanks ANN

Indian Army: The Indian Army has started Project Zorawar for...

Indian Army: The Indian Army has started Project Zorawar for light-tank against China on the LAC adjoining East Ladakh. Under this project, preparations are being made to take indigenous light tanks. The special thing is that the project of light tank has been named after the former commander of Jammu and Kashmir state, Zorawar Singh, who defeated the Chinese army in the 19th century and raised his flag in Tibet. was.

According to the information, the Indian Army is soon going to take approval from the Ministry of Defense to take light tanks. These light tanks will be made indigenously under Make in India. According to sources, the Indian Army wants to take these tanks to be deployed on the LAC i.e. Line of Actual Control adjacent to Eastern Ladakh.

Zoravar tanks will weigh only 25 tonnes
Actually, the tanks currently with the Indian Army are for plains and deserts. Be it Russian T-72 or T-90 or indigenous Arjun tank. All these tanks are of 45-70 tons. Whereas the light tanks under Project Zoravar will be of about 25 tonnes. To be deployed on the LAC adjacent to China, one has to pass through the highest passes of the world. In such a situation, there is a lot of difficulty in reaching LAC for T-72 and other heavy tanks. This is the reason why the Indian Army wants to take light tanks.

These light tanks will be able to run even on the mountains
According to the information, under Project Zoravar, light tanks will have the same fire power as heavy tanks and will also be equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) drones. These lightweight tanks can also come out from high mountains to passes. Let us tell you that China has already deployed light tanks on the LAC adjacent to eastern Ladakh. The Indian Army has also deployed T-72 tanks here. Now for faster movement, the Indian Army wants to take light tanks under Project Zoravar.

Zorawar Singh defeated the Chinese army in 1841.
It is worth noting that Zorawar Singh was the commander of the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir, who defeated the Chinese army by entering Tibet in 1841. After defeating the Chinese army, Zorawar Singh along with his soldiers went to Kailash Mansarovar, the holy pilgrimage site of Hindus. After defeating the Chinese army, the soldiers of Zorawar Singh came to India with the Chinese flag. The current Jammu and Kashmir Rifle (Jackrif) regiment of the Indian Army considers itself a descendant of Zorawar Singh’s army.

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