India and Russia hold joint military exercises in the deserts of Rajasthan, near the Pakistani border. The manoeuvres were named Exercise GangNeva, from the Holy river Ganga of India and the Holy river Neva of Russia.
Russian soldiers used T 72 Tanks and Infantry Combat Vehicles also known as the BMP which were originally made in Russia and currently used by the Indian Army.
Russian Army Lt.Gen. Alexey V Zovizion and Indian Army General Officer Commanding, 10 Corps Lt. Gen N S Ghei oversaw the exercise.
Exercise GangNeva, saw both Indian and Russian mechanized troops capture a notional rebel strong point by fire assault of attack helicopters, tanks and BMPs.
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