The Indian Rocket Artillery Corps also participated in high-altitude combat. For example, in the 1999 Battle of the Cargill Mountains, the Indian Rocket Artillery Corps went directly to the 5000-meter snow mountain and carried out rocket artillery bombardment of Pakistani armed groups. It can be said that the Indian Rocket Artillery Force has actual combat experience on the plateau, has relevant shooting tables, and maneuverability. This needs attention.
The second type of rocket launcher in India is the Pinaka modular rocket launcher. In 2016, India decided to spend about $490 million to order 36 "Pinaka" rocket launchers at a unit price of nearly $13.6 million. It's expensive. Later, India continued to purchase upgraded versions of the Pinakar rockets. The Indian Army plans to have 22 Pinakka regiments by 2026, including 12 Pinakka missile regiments. There are now 7 Pinaca rocket regiments.
The third type of rocket launcher in India is the Russian long-range tornado rocket launcher. This is a 300 mm long-range rocket launcher with a range of 90 kilometers. India has three tornado rocket artillery regiments.
India took out the elite power of these rocket artillery and established three rocket artillery brigades, which were respectively given to the headquarters in three directions. A tornado rocket artillery regiment and a Brahmos cruise missile regiment. At the same time, the Indian rocket artillery has the ability to launch satellite-made missiles, high-explosive ammunition, anti-personnel submunitions and anti-tank submunitions.