Indian Army rolls out T-90 tanks, during defence minister Rajnath Singh’s Leh visit

Indian Army rolls out T-90 tanks, during defence minister Rajnath Singh’s Leh visit

The Indian Army exhibited its T-90 tanks and reinforced battle vehicles as protection serve Rajnath Singh explored the circumstance at the fringe on Friday, longer than a month after 20 fighters were killed in a conflict with Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh's Galwan Valley. 

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh arrived in Leh toward the beginning of the day during his two-day visit to Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir alongside Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat and COAS General Manoj Mukund Naravane. 

A video tweeted by news organization ANI indicated armed force tanks completing military activities in Singh nearness in Stakna, a forward post where the soldiers additionally demonstrated him their para dropping abilities. 

The Indian Army had sent six T-90 rocket terminating tanks and best in class shoulder-terminated enemy of tank rocket frameworks in the Galwan Valley part in June. 

The military's choice to convey the T-90 Bhishma tanks was taken after the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) had fortified its situations on the stream bed with protected staff transporters and troop tents. 

He likewise interfaced with the workforce of the Indian Army and Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) in Lukung post-close Pangong Lake where Indian and Chinese soldiers are currently withdrawal. 

"Talks are in progress to determine the outskirt question however how much it very well may be settled I can't ensure. I can guarantee you that not one inch of our property can be taken by any force on the planet," he said. 

"In the event that an answer can be found by talks, there is not much," he said accentuating on finding a conciliatory answer for the stalemate. 

"As of late what occurred between troops of India and China at PP14, how a portion of our work force yielded their carries on with ensuring our outskirt. I am glad to meet all of you yet in addition disheartened in light of their misfortune. I pay my tributes to them," he included. 

The safeguard clergyman will go to Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday. 

Singh was booked to visit Ladakh on July 3 however his visit was conceded. 

"Leaving for Leh on a multi day visit to Ladakh and Jammu-Kashmir. I will visit the forward territories to audit the circumstance at the outskirts and furthermore communicate with the Armed Forces staff sent in the locale. Anticipating it," the priest had tweeted in the first part of the day. 

On July 3, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made an unscheduled visit to a forward post in Nimu in Ladakh not long ago and associated with the soldiers.