Indian army offers workshop trucks to Nepalese army
India Defense Attaché Colonel Amit Sharma (left) hands the workshop trucks to Brigadier General Krishna Dev Bhatta at Nepalese Army Headquarters in Tundikhel on Thursday.
KATMANDU: The Indian Army donated TATA LPTA 1628 workshop trucks to the Nepalese Army (NA) in a ceremony held Thursday at the Nepalese Army Headquarters in Tundikhel.
India Defense Attaché Colonel Amit Sharma handed over the workshop trucks on behalf of the Indian Army to Brigadier General Krishna Dev Bhatta. These workshop trucks which act as a compact mobile workshop will be essential to ensure smooth and uninterrupted functionality of the NA transport fleet.
The donation of workshop trucks comes immediately after the arrival of the Chief of Staff of the United States Army, General Prabhu Ram Sharma, back to his country after the recent award of the honorary rank of General of the Army Indian by the Indian President.
The timely provision of military materiel within the framework of defense cooperation is a testament to the strong and deeply rooted relationship between the Indian military and the Nepalese military, and will go a long way in strengthening the ties between India and Nepal. , according to an embassy statement. from India to Kathmandu.
The Indian military, on behalf of the Indian government, will continue to assist the Nepalese military in its efforts to strengthen and modernize its capabilities, the statement added.