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From BrahMos to Nag missile system… Today the world will see the power of India through the path of duty

Republic Day 2023: The country is celebrating 74th Republic Day today. The day of 26 January is very special for India. The Constitution of India came into force on this day. Today, on this special day, the Indian Army is fully prepared to show its strength to the whole world from the path of duty. During the parade, giving the message of ‘Swadeshi’, there will be an important focus on Made in India weapons. Salute of 21 guns will also be given by 105 mm Indian Field Guns made in India. 

The weapons which will be displayed by the Indian Army include India-made BrahMos Missile System and Akash Army Launcher. Apart from this, Nag Missile System, K9 Vajra Artillery Gun, Arjun Mark 1 Tank, BMP-2 Sarath, Short Span Bridge System, Mobile Security System and Quick Action Team Vehicle will also show their strength to the world. This will be the first time that Garuda commandos dealing with the enemies of the country will be part of the parade.

Two Rudra helicopters included 

Chief of Staff of Delhi Area Major General Bhavnish Kumar had told that the fly past of the army would include two indigenous Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopters (ALH) and two Rudra helicopters. The parade will include 61 Cavalry, nine mechanized columns, six marching contingents, three Param Vir Chakra and three Ashok Chakra awardees. 

The parade will be special in every way 

According to Delhi Police, today more than 65 thousand people will see the parade. Today thousands of these people will get a great opportunity to see firsthand the power of weapons made in their country. A total of 23 tableaux will be part of the parade, which will reflect India’s vibrant cultural heritage, economic and social progress. This time the parade is going to be special in every way. 

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