Parvat Prahar Exercise
Parvat Prahar Exercise is a 20-day long routine exercise conducted by the Indian Army to undertake disengagement from Patrolling Point 15 in eastern Ladakh. Army chief General Manoj Pande made a visit to the Ladakh sector to examine Exercise Parvat Prahar. The exercise witnessed the deployment of all new major inductions of the Army.
- It is being conducted by the One Strike Corps of the Indian Army. This corp is the first to eliminate any danger that comes from any of the two countries China or Pakistan.
- This exercise was held at a height of 14,000 feet
- All newly terrain vehicles were transported by Chinook heavy lift helicopters and K9 Vajra howitzers.
- According to a September 8 announcement, The exercise comes as India and China prepare to withdraw at Patrolling Point-15, Gogra-Hot Springs in eastern Ladakh.
- By September 12, all temporarily made structures along the Indo-China boundary will be demolished.
- This dissolution process follows the 16th round of talks between the Corps Commanders of India and China held at the Chushul Moldo meeting point on July 17, 2022.
- It is considered that from the above place the Indian Army may withdraw its forces towards Karam Singh Hill, while the Chinese Army may return to Chinese territory in the north.
- The exercise involved high-altitude infantry personnel, T-90S and T-72 tanks, mechanized infantry, K-9 Vajra, Bofors and M-777 howitzers, helicopters and aircraft.
Parvat Prahar Exercise: FAQs
Q1. For how many days Parvat Prahar Exercise is being conducted?
Ans. Parvat Prahar Exercise is a 20-day long routine exercise.
Q2. What is the purpose of the Parvat Prahar Exercise?
Ans. The aim of the Parvat Prahar Exercise is to undertake disengagement from Patrolling Point 15 in eastern Ladakh.
Q3. Which arm of the army is responsible for conducting Parvat Prahar Exercise?
Ans. Parvat Prahar Exercise is conducted by the One Strike Corps of the Indian Army