The future wars will be fought in difficult terrains and circumstances and we have to be prepared for them."
He further noted there would be proper utilisation of technology if the government assisted the armed forces.
"A good headway has been made in light weight bullet-proof material and fuel cell technology. The journey has begun and this must continue. We are confident that if we get support from industry, we will walk the extra mile to ensure that we utilise the technology they give us," he added.
"We would like to gradually move away from imports (in defence technology), because for a nation like ours, the time has come to ensure that we fight the next war with homemade solutions," he added.
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