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Indian Army launches project Zorawar for High Altitude Warfare

Tags: National Defence

In a clear shift of threat perception the Indian Army is gearing up for threats emanating from the northern border along China. Till date Pakistan was identified as the main threat and the Indian army deployment was also geared to face the Pakistani threat. 

To counter the Chinese threat Project Zorawar has been launched by the Indian Army.

 Threat from China and High Altitude war 

  • The border clash with China in Ladakh in 2020 and the continuous standoff in the region has underlined the need for a rapid deployment of armoured columns along the Line of Actual Control.
  • The Indian Army is looking for light tanks which can be rapidly deployed in the high altitude area.
  • The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) had inducted a large number of technologically modern, lightweight “state of art” tanks in the region putting Indian forces at a disadvantage.

Project Zorawar 

  • The project has been named ‘Zorawar’ after Zorawar Singh Kahluria, who is also known as the conqueror of Ladakh. He was a military general who served under Jammu’s Raja Gulab Singh and conquered Ladakh.
  • Under Project Zorawar, the Indian Army wants to build a lightweight tank with a maximum weight of 25 tonnes, with the same firepower of a regular tank armed with Artificial Intelligence (AI), integration of tactical surveillance drones along with an active protection system.
  • The Indian Army wants indigenous light tanks with a maximum weight of 25 tonnes for quicker deployment and movement in high altitude areas of Ladakh to counter the Chinese threat.
  • The Army also wants the light tank to be amphibious, so it can be deployed across riverine regions and even the Pangong Tso Lake in Eastern Ladakh.
  • Under project Zorawar indigenous lightweight tank which will be designed and manufactured in India. 

Present tanks with the Army inadequate for the task 

  • The Army currently operates three different types of tanks with the latest being the Arjun Mk 1A, which weighs a massive 68.5 tons. The T-90 weighs about 46 tons and the T-72 about 45 tons.
  • These Tanks were primarily designed for operations in plains and desert terrain facing Pakistan and have their own limitations when employed in High-Altitude Areas. 
  • In the high altitude area like Ladakh, 25-ton weight is the maximum that can allow for the tanks to be airlifted in high-altitude zones.
  • The government had in March this year given its approval for the indigenous design and development of light tanks for mountain warfare. 

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