Indian Military orders two lakh new bullet proof jackets
New Delhi - Indian Military orders two lakh new bullet proof jackets for its soldiers deployed on border fronts.
Indian Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) has received requests for around two lakh `Bhabha Kavach`, country's lightest bullet-proof jackets from the armed forces.
As the government promotes "Make in India", the demand for an Indian product can go a long way in ending dependence on imports.
Talking to IANS, Additional General Manager of Ordnance Equipment Factory, Kanpur, V.K. Chaudhary, said: "The Bhabha Kavach has received an overwhelming response from the armed forces and so far we have got requests for around two lakh jackets.