1) Anti-India stand of Turkey as walking on Pakistani terminology
Turkey has again started showing anti-India movements on Kashmir issues. It is going on Pakistani lines on which India opposes the opposition in Turkey national news agency Anadolu Agency. Hence, the agency accepted terms on the rights of both Pakistan and India on Kashmir, which was further opposed by Pakistan. Then Pakistan instructed the agency to start using the violating terms to attack the sovereignty of India.
2) Establishment of the defence category industry in Chhattisgarh
The establishment of bulletproof jackets and helmets for Indian armed forces is now possible because Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Chhattisgarh Government and Atmastco Ltd for the defence category industry. The responsibility of manufacturing 100000 bulletproof jackets and helmets will be in the Birebhant village in Durg district.
Besides, this establishment is going to employ around 150 people.
3) Rescue operations start at Mauritius reef involving state-run HAL helicopters
Dhruv and Chetak helicopters, primarily used for winching survivors and extensively for search and rescue operations, are pressed on the service of oil spill clean-up from Cargo ship MV Wakashio operations and rescuing people at Mauritius Reef, informed by HAL. HAL made a helicopter and rescued 600 people.
4) The assertion of the Indian army to adopt domestic weapons
Understanding problems that can occur while importing technology from other areas, the Indian army is ready to fight with indigenous weapons regardless of any import-bias even more excitingly. Emphasising on the products made in India, it needs to be ensured that the pieces of equipment have been passed under the test for the best quality, confront security challenges, and are adhering to the timelines. Additionally, it is planned to export the products in friendly countries as well.
5) Navy commanders in a 3-day private meeting reviewing India’s maritime security
To review Indian Navy’s operational readiness, training, and security from China and Pakistan, Indian Navy has sent its top commanders on maritime security architecture and the border row with China at the three-day conclave.
The conference could be based on discussing the sustenance and maintenance of assets, infrastructure development, the conduct of operations, HRM, and procurement issues. Naval commanders would be in the service of ensuring tri-services energy and reorganisation to improve efficiency.
It has come to know that a few weeks ago the Navy extended deployment by positioning many warships and submarines in the Indian Ocean region.