Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Armed force boss General Bipin Rawat has underlined the requirement for modernization of military in perspective of changing and testing elements of military operations. He likewise said reliance on imported military gear ought to be limited. Talking at an Army Technology Seminar on Monday, General Rawat said that military which are innovatively cutting-edge would assume a key part in operations in the circumstances to come.”There is a huge requirement of modernization of our armed forces, in every field,” he said. “Future wars will be battled in troublesome territories and conditions and we must be set up for them. “We might want to bit by bit move far from imports (in guard innovation) in light of the fact that for a country like our own, the time has come to guarantee that we battle the following war with home-made arrangement.” General Rawat additionally included that the Indian Army is progressing nicely towards utilizing innovation and that help from significant ventures would be vital.”A good headway has been made in lightweight bullet-proof material and fuel cell technology. The journey has begun and this must continue,” “We are sure that in the event that we get bolster from industry, we will walk the additional mile to guarantee that we use the innovation you give us.” This isn’t the first occasion when that the Army Chief has remarked on outfitting military with the most recent that innovation brings to the table. In November, he had talked about defensively covered vehicles later on ought to be able to work on both northern and western fringes.”Whatever be the future armoured vehicle we are looking at, we must have the capability to operate on the western border and the northern border. Whatever equipment we are going to introduce must be capable of inter-operability on both fronts,” he had previously said. The Indian Army a year ago additionally concluded plans to supplant maturing weapons and has plans of procuring 7 lakh rifles, 44,000 light assault rifles (LMGs) and almost 44,600 carbines.