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Glimpse of Indian Army's lethal artilleries for R-Day event

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Glimpse of Indian Army's lethal artilleries for R-Day event

Glimpse of Indian Army's lethal artilleries for R-Day event

Like every year, Indian Army is about to showcase its deadliest artilleries on Republic Day on January 26th.

This is the time when countrymen get to see Indian Army's weaponries.

From legendary Bofors gun which played a vital role in triumphing Kargil to heavy build tanks, Indian Army is fully ready to triumph any war against its enemy.

India will celebrate its 72nd Republic Day on January 26


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