Indian Army is raising a 'battalion' of 544 robots to fight terrorists in Kashmir


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Indian army will soon deploy ingenuously built robots capable of delivering ammunition at targeted locations in Jammu and Kashmir.  As violence is continuing to boil over in the Kashmir valley, the Army has now proposed to deploy a team of indigenously-built robots which would help fight terrorists.

To this effect, the defence ministry has recently approved an army proposal mentioning a requirement of 544 robots. According to Army officials, this could effectively pave way for indigenous development of such robots.

It has to be noted Indian Army is already using 'Daksh' - a robot developed by DRDO to help the army remove improvised explosive devices and mines safely without personnel injury.
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