Indian Army's Imported Extreme Cold Weather Clothing Seen In Action

Indian Army's Imported Extreme Cold Weather Clothing Seen In Action


Indian Army is good to go to with the unforgiving winter in eastern Ladakh with the most recent in outrageous chilly climate dress imported from the US as the deadlock with China gives no indication of facilitating. 

A photograph delivered by safeguard sources to news office ANI on Wednesday demonstrated an officer of the Indian armed force wearing the all-white clothing alongside an as of late gained SIG Sauer attack rifle. 

The military is giving new environments and attire to officers to help beat winters during sending along the China outskirt, ANI announced. 

The Indian Army had gotten the primary group of the extraordinary chilly climate dress from the US on Tuesday, reports had said. 

The Indian Army keeps up a load of 60,000 of these outrageous chilly climate attire sets for troops conveyed in the whole Ladakh locale remembering both western fronts for Siachen and Eastern Ladakh area, sources told ANI News Agency 

This year, there was a requirement for an extra 30,000 of these sets as near 90,000 soldiers are presented in the district on counter Chinese hostility along the Line of Actual Control or LAC. 

The conveyance of the American apparatus comes days after a visit by the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark T Esper for significant converses with help protection and security ties between the two nations. 

With solid words for China, Mr Pompeo said the US "remains with India to manage any danger". 

The strain among India and China in eastern Ladakh topped in June this year in a conflict that left 20 Indian officers dead and a vague number of Chinese setbacks. 

The two nations have moved huge number of troops and weapons into the high-elevation area since March and a few rounds of talks have neglected to fundamentally ease pressures.

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