Vijay Prahar: Indian Army brush up their fighting skills in 'nuclear weapon environment'

Updated:8 months, 1 week ago IST

Bikaner (Rajasthan), May 09 (ANI): The Indian Army's South Western Command on Wednesday conducted drills to fight in all the contingencies including nuclear weapon environment in Rajasthan's Mahajan Field Firing Ranges during the ongoing exercise Vijay Prahar. Over 20,000 troops from Army's South Western Command brushed up their skills in the face of a nuclear weapon environment during the ongoing exercise. The exercise started from May 1 and will continue until May 9. Top Army officials were also present to witness the action.

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