A comprehensive month-long Army exercise, named ‘Buland Bharat,’ which aimed to integrate artillery guns with the latest surveillance equipment, concluded near Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, on Wednesday. The training involved integrated operations and culminated in a test exercise in which troops and equipment were tested in simulated war conditions in high-altitude areas under extreme weather conditions.

The exercise was conducted in the newly operationalized high-altitude artillery ranges in the West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. The primary objective of the exercise was to enhance the Army’s readiness and operational preparedness in mountainous regions. To achieve this goal, the exercise involved the deployment of Special Forces, Aviation, and Central Armed Police Forces in the area.

The training aimed to integrate the use of the latest surveillance equipment with artillery guns to enhance the Army’s tactical capabilities in high-altitude areas. The exercise tested the equipment’s effectiveness in real-world scenarios, including harsh weather conditions and challenging terrains. The successful completion of the exercise will strengthen the Army’s ability to operate effectively in mountainous regions and improve its readiness to respond to any security threat in the region.