After the Chinese People's Liberation Army troop buildup at the Line of Actual Control, the border separating India and China, the Indian Army has beefed up the 1,300 km-long LAC in the eastern sector in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh.
The artillery includes the Indian Army's latest M-777 Ultra-Light Howitzers and deadly Bofors guns.
Please click on the images for a better look at the Indian firepower.
IMAGE: The Bofors gun in the Tawang sector near the Line of Actual Control in Arunachal Pradesh, October 20, 2021. All Photographs: ANI Photo
IMAGE: The Bofors gun has been used with devastating accuracy during the Kargil War and to counter Pakistani artillery fire at the Line of Control in the years thereafter.
IMAGE: The M-777 Ultra-Light Howitzers also deployed in the Tawang sector.
IMAGE: The M-777 Ultra-Light Howitzer is a 155 mm artillery gun manufactured by BAE Systems.