IIOJK in focus

Equipping Indian police with heavy weaponry belies Modi regime’s normalcy claim in IIOJK

Srinagar, November 14 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, in what contrary to the “All is Well” claims by the Modi regime, Indian police is going to procure mine-protected vehicles (MPVs), five remotely operated vehicles (RoVs), and 18 under-vehicle surveillance systems (UVSS), officials said.

Police headquarters recently floated bids on the Government e-Marketplace (GeM) portal for purchasing the security equipment and vehicles.
The vehicles, according to officials, should protect police personnel against improvised explosive device (IED) and mine attacks.

Besides, police are also procuring two bomb baskets — designed to withstand blasts — and 260 bullet-resistant shields, for which bids have been floated, they said.

Defense analysts wonder the logic behind the equipment of police department with such heavy weaponry in IIOJK which is under military siege for the past many years, and where the Modi regime claims is everything normal now.

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