As the government gears up for its annual state of the nation address on Tuesday, the fodder machine has been the main topic of discussion.
The cannon fodder harvesting machines are the latest development in the ongoing debate over the war on terror, which has seen the country’s main political parties try to win over voters.
The war on terrorism has brought in a surge in the use of cannon fodder, which are used to bombard the capital cities and towns across the country.
A total of 5,000 tonnes of cannon fuel are being used annually, and the fuel is sold in a barrel for about $50,000.
Cannon fodder is used to fuel the war machine.
There are currently 2.3 million guns in India, of which 3.8 million are armed, according to the Ministry of Defence.
In addition, there are about 8,000 artillery pieces, along with about 1,000 air defence pieces, according the National Technical Research Organisation.
The artillery pieces are used by the military to target enemy soldiers.
But there is an additional $1.6 billion in funds available for the use and development of artillery.
The government has recently announced a funding package of about $1 billion to expand the military’s capabilities, while the country is currently fighting a two-year war against the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has been targeting the Taliban and other militant groups, but has not yet launched the offensive in Afghanistan, which is home to about 7,000,000 people, according a report by the Parliamentary Affairs Committee in 2017.