INS Kavaratti (PC: Twitter)
New Delhi: The strength of the Indian Navy is going to increase today due to the ongoing tension along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in East Ladakh. Actually, today the indigenous INS Kavaratti (INS Kavaratti) is going to be included in the naval fleet. Equipped with an anti-submarine system, the INS Kavaratti is scheduled to be inducted into the naval fleet by General MM Naravane, the head of the Indian Army.
Big step towards self-reliant India:
Let me tell you that INS Kavaratti vessel is made in India and it is considered a big step towards self-reliant India. It has been designed by the Indian Navy’s Organization Directorate of Naval Design (DND).
At the same time, it has been built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers of Kolkata. At the same time, by joining its naval fleet, the strength of the Navy will increase significantly.
Significantly, amid the ongoing tension with China, the government is busy increasing the strength of the three Indian armies. INS Kavaratti is considered a major step in this direction. On the other hand, about INS Kavaratti, the officials said that it is a state-of-the-art weapon system.
It uses sensors that are capable of detecting and pursuing submarines. This is the last of four indigenously built anti-submarine warfare (ASW) stealth vessels under Project-28. Earlier three ships have been handed over to the Navy. Today, the Made in India warship is going to join the Indian Navy, so let us tell you what is its specialties-
What is the specialty of INS Kavaratti?
INS Kavaratti (INS Kavaratti) equipped with anti-submarine system is also equipped with self-defense capability.
It is a great strength for long distance operations. 90 percent of the equipment in INS Kavaratti is Made in India.
The vessel will also be able to operate under nuclear, chemical and biological warfare conditions. Its length is 109 meters and width is 12.8 meters. The vessel is also equipped with state-of-the-art weapons, rocket launchers, sensors and integrated helicopters.
At the same time, carbon composites have been used for its superstructure, which is a big success in the history of Indian shipbuilding.
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