The Indian army said it overcame Pakistani messages, impeding its ability to help militants cross the line of control.
The assault, called as the army was headed by the six main arms, said sources in Hindustan Times.
106mm non-recoil weapon: used mainly against armoured targets such as tanks, the weapon can be fired from the ground or mounted in a light vehicle. It can take an rpm indefinitely, but no more than five laps to accelerate the load. It has a range of more than 3 km.
130mm artillery guns: Army sources said that the attacks on fire involved the use of these artillery weapons in direct fire mode. The army used the Bofors cannons to destroy several positions of the Pakistani army last October after the mutilation of the Mandeep Singh cypresses in the Macchil sector in the Kupwara district of Kashmir. Anti-aircraft guns: Zu-23-2B anti-aircraft guns are capable of participating in aerial and ground targets. The weapon of the Soviet era, developed in the late 1950s, is transformed into an automatic system. It has a range of 2.5 km. The plan is to upgrade 468 firearms, at a cost of Rs 670 crore.
Guided anti-tank missiles (ATGM): infantry units along the Control Line are equipped with ATGM Milan and Konkur. The missiles were built by Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) under license from French and Russian companies. The army plans to buy new ATGM systems from Israel at a cost of Rs 3.2 billion. The ATGM Israel Spike can destroy armoured vehicles and bunkers 2.5 km. Unleashes: The army is also widely used Carl Gustav 84mm rocket launchers to target Pakistani messages. It is of Swedish origin and can destroy targets over 1 km.
The automatic grenade launcher: the army also used AGS-30 grenade launchers of Russian origin against Pakistani positions. Grenades can reach targets over 2 km.