India Reveals Why It Is Upgrading Army Rifle

In response to a public query, the Indian Ministry of Defence has released a statement this month, fully admitting to the operational failings of the Army’s standard assault rifle. The INSAS (Indian Small Arms System) weapons, designed and delivered indigenously by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), was highlighted in 2009 to be just one of the aspects of the military that needs to be urgently overhauled as part of the government’s efforts to modernise its enti...
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