Country defence strength depends on weapons or number of soldiers?
Will the defence strength of a country be gauged on the basis of weapons it has or on the number of personnel enrolled in the Armed Forces? An interesting query to be debated on in this forum.
India has been facing a hostile attitude from all sides of the borders even during this pandemic and the nation has to tackle the enemy overtures from all sides of the country. Yesterday the first lot of modern warplane Rafale has been handed over to India and they have almost reached here. With five new fighter planes, India's strength through the air has become more strong. At the same time, India is also strengthening the armed forces with more personnel of all ranks. What according to your opinion that a country can boast of being strong through the piling of weapons or having a formidable strength of the armed forces?
This is the self-challenge thread a day for the 28th July 2020.