No restrictions, Indian army can use firearms
NEW DELHI: After India-China border dispute at Galwan Valley, an important change took place in Rules of Engagement (ROE) which gives complete freedom of action to the commanders to use firearms at Line of Actual Control during the extraordinary circumstances. Sources said, from now the commanders no need to abide by restrictions and can use firearms to handle the extraordinary situations.
Earlier, it is known that the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi said during the all-party-meeting that the army had been given necessary steps to take necessary steps at the LAC. It is known that 20 Indian soldiers died during the violent clash with Chinese troops on 15 June midnight. Click the video for more information.