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Indian Navy Successfully Test-Fires BrahMos Missile with Indigenously Designed Seeker and Booster in Arabian Sea

Indian Navy successfully test-fired ship launched BrahMos missile in the Arabian Sea with an indigenously designed Seeker and Booster. This test fire took place on Sunday and its seeker and booster have been indigenously designed by DRDO India.

This news has been shared by SpokespersonNavy’s Twitter account in which it wrote “Indian Navy successful precision strike in the Arabian Sea by ship launched BrahMos missile with DRDO India designed indigenous seeker and booster reinforces its commitment towards Atma Nirbharta and Atma Nirbhar Bharat”.

The BrahMos is a cruise missile that was jointly developed by Russia and India and it travels three times faster than sound. Its high speed and low-altitude flying capability make it hard to trace on radars. This was one of the main concerns of Pakistan when it accidentally got fired from India and Pakistan could barely see it on the radars.

Though to not escalate the situation the Indian government fired officers involved in this negligence. In January India signed a $375 million deal with the Philippines for supplying BrahMos and India is focusing on other countries to increase its export of missiles.

Earlier this missile’s major components were manufactured and imported from Russia but now India is trying to overtake the manufacturing of those components. This move is going to pave the future of India in the way of Atma Nirbharta.


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