and - FoodOkay.
- 350+ fighter jets (IN and IAF combined, including replacements for the next 10 years).
- 80-100 APCs
- Nearly 400+ helicopters all services combined.
- Artillery guns with smart shell capability.
- At least 2 dozen SSKs.
- At least a dozen SSBNs.
- Over half a million futuristic armour for our troops. (MKU versions).
Most of these things are either on drawing board or are delayed in negotiation.
I just don't understand how we could prepare for a major war without having a heavy cost in terms of our troops' lives.
Not really.and - Food
He's talking about battle readiness and planning. The lesser it is the better it will be for us.10 is too short. 20 should have been made the minimum. One can see 40 days requirement in today's age is too much. But 10 is too less.
I would be personally happy to implement the Futuristic Infantry Programme getting over first than any other thing as the life of troops are of paramount importance.
This was captured for political gain by opposition and is not true. The pic was taken from a video with a fraction of second.
well now that you dont feed your army much, not much logistic problems to face, just mount the hungry soldiers with a can of saltless daal and there you go