Nirbhay Missile (PC: Social Media)
New Delhi:The tensions between India and China remain intact. To deal with this, the Indian Army has made all kinds of preparations. India’s water, land and air forces are fully ready to deal with every kind of situation 24 hours a day.
India launches BrahMos and Nirbhay cruise missile on the border besides land-to-air hit Akash missile has also been deployed.
Tension between India and China are not taking any stop. On almost everyday the sides take meeting to discuss the situation. Now, India has deployed its one of the strongest missile ‘Nirbhay’. Let us tell you about this missile in details.
Everything about Nirbhay Missile:
Willing to compete with China The PLA’s Western Theater Command has deployed 2,000-km range and long-range weapons in Tibet and Xinjiang after tensions began in Ladakh.
People familiar with the defense matter told the media sources that the supersonic BrahMos, the subsonic Nirbhay missile, has been deployed to counter China.
Nirbhay is a long range, all-weather, subsonic cruise missile. This missile designed and developed in India by the Aeronautical Development Establishment which is under Defence Research and Development Organisation.
How Nirbhay missile works?
Nirbhay missile is capable of low-level stealth strike on targets. It can fly between 100 metres to 4km from ground and pick up the target before destroying it. Nirbhay is a surface-to-surface missile with and it has reach of up to 1,000 km
India launched trio of missiles at LAC:
The third weapon used by the Indian Army is Akash SAM, deployed in sufficient numbers to counter any PLA aircraft infiltration from across the LAC in the Ladakh sector. Although the combat activity of the PLA Air Force in the occupied Aksai Chin continues at a low level, there is a concern about the PLA’s aerial activity in Daulat Beg Oldi sector near Karakoram Pass.
It is known that after increasing tension on the LAC, the Western Theater Command of the People’s Liberation Army deployed its long-range standoff surface-to-air missiles that hit 2000 kilometers in Tibet and Shanjiang. In response, India launched a trio of missiles.
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