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Indian Army to get six Weapon Locating Radars indigenously built by DRDO

The six Swathi Weapon Locating Radars (WLRS), that are being acquired at a value of round Rs 400 crore, will assist the drive to know the precise location of artillery weapons fired by the enemy.

In a significant success for ‘Make in India’ within the defence sector, the Indian Army is about to get six Swathi Weapon Locating Radars (WLRS), indigenously constructed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

The six WLRS, that are being acquired at a value of round Rs 400 crore, will assist the drive to know the precise location of artillery weapons fired by the enemy, prime authorities sources informed India Today TV.

The proposal is anticipated to come back up for approval by the Defence Acquisition Council at an necessary assembly which is slated to happen on Tuesday.

Discussions over the acquisition of a number of necessary weapon methods, together with shipborne UAVs from Israel, are additionally prone to be held within the assembly.

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