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India-Japan friendship seen in ‘Dharma Guardian’, armies of both countries doing military exercises – India TV Hindi

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India-Japan friendship seen in ‘Dharma Guardian’, armies of both countries doing military exercises – India TV Hindi

Joint exercise of Indian and Japanese troops in Pokhran.- India TV Hindi

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Joint exercise of Indian and Japanese troops in Pokhran.

India and Japan in Pokhran: India and Japan are strategic partners. Both the countries are conducting war exercises together. This military exercise is being conducted in Pokhran, Rajasthan. The name of this military exercise is ‘Dharma Guardian’, which highlights the cooperation and common strategic interests between the two countries. An integral part of this practice is the practice of yoga. India’s meditation process is also followed in Japan. In Japan, a Buddhist country, meditation is a living example of the Indian tradition.

The 5th edition of joint military exercise ‘Dharma Guardian’ between the Indian Army and Japan Ground Self Defense Force began today at Mahajan Field Firing Range in Rajasthan. This program, which started from 25th February, will continue till 9th ​​March. Exercise ‘Dharma Guardian’ is an annual military exercise and is conducted alternately in India and Japan. The contingent of both the countries includes 40-40 soldiers. The Japanese contingent is being represented by soldiers of the 34th Infantry Regiment and the Indian Army contingent is being represented by a battalion of the Rajputana Rifles.

What is the purpose of practice?

The objective of the exercise is to promote military cooperation and enhance joint capabilities to conduct joint operations in semi-urban conditions under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter. The exercise will focus on high level physical fitness, joint planning, joint tactical exercises and special weapons skills.

What will happen in this exercise?

Tactical exercises to be carried out during the exercise included setting up of temporary operating bases, creating an Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) grid, setting up mobile vehicle check posts, conducting cordon and search operations in an adversary and enemy area, heliborne operations and Will include house intervention drills. Weapons and equipment showcasing the ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ initiative and the country’s growing defense industrial capability will be showcased.

Top military officers of Japan will come on March 3

On the occasion of ‘Exercise Dharma Guardian’, Lieutenant General Togashi Yuichi, Commanding General, Japan Ground Self Defense Force, Eastern Army will also visit India. The General Officer will visit Mahajan Field Firing Range on 3 March 2024 and witness Combat Shooting Demonstration, Special Heliborne Operation (SHBO) and House Intervention Drill.

mutual cooperation will increase

Exercise ‘Dharma Guardian’ will enable both the countries to share their best practices in tactics, techniques and procedures in conducting strategic operations. This exercise will also help in enhancing inter-operability, camaraderie and cooperation between the troops of both the sides. This will boost defense cooperation and strengthen bilateral relations between the two friendly countries.

India and Japan also share global platforms like ‘Quad’

India and Japan are strategic partners of each other. Both the friendly countries are also members of ‘Quad’. Meanwhile, the enemy of both India and Japan is China. Relations between China and Japan are also bitter. Meanwhile, both India and Japan are conducting war exercises together. This has shocked China and Pakistan. India-Japan have started a two-week military exercise.

Closer trade relations between India and Japan

Meanwhile, business relations between India and Japan are also close. India’s friend Japan has always contributed to India’s development. Once again, Japan has committed to provide a loan of 232.20 billion yen (about Rs 12,800 crore) for nine projects in India. According to language news, the Finance Ministry gave this information on Tuesday. The loan provided by the Government of Japan will help projects related to various sectors in India.

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