Main attacking weapon of India ‘BrahMos’; Know everything about it

A statement from the Ministry of Defense said that the Brahmos will now be our main attacking weapon. With this help will be able to ensure the invincible position of the war vessel by penetrating the target at long range.

'BrahMos' Missile (PC: Social Media)

'BrahMos' Missile (PC: Social Media)

New Delhi: India has successfully tested the supersonic cruise missile BrahMos KenA Design. This has worried the countries that were planning to instill volatility on India’s maritime border. With the missile capable of hitting a distance of four hundred km even faster than voice, large ports and cities of China and Pakistan have also come under target. So now the world has started saying that it is necessary to fear the power of India.

India’s BarhMos Missile:

The BrahMos missile is being built under a joint venture between India and Russia. It is a special missile that can be dropped from all three places – earth, air and sea. On Sunday, the model designed for the Navy was successfully tested by the Indian Navy’s indigenously built destroyer INS Chennai in the Arabian Sea.

The Indian government has told the media that the missile was fired from the INS Chennai destroyer and it hit the target with perfect accuracy.

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Main attacking weapon of Indian Army:

A statement from the Ministry of Defense said that the Brahmos will now be our main attacking weapon. With this help will be able to ensure the invincible position of the war vessel by penetrating the target at long range. Destroyer war ships like INS Chennai will now become another deadly platform of the Indian Navy. The INS Chennai can carry 16 BrahMos super missiles simultaneously and will also have two stations to operate.

Defense Minister also congratulated the scientists:

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO). BrahMos Aerospace and Navy the successful test of the missile. DRDO chief G Satish Reddy also congratulated the scientists for all the personnel involved in the test work of the missile. He said that this would increase the capabilities of the Indian armed forces in many ways.

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