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Indian Navy adds new milestone by testing MRSAM to tackle future wars

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New Delhi: The Indian Navy on Friday achieved a successful milestone to enhance its Anti Air Warfare Capability with the maiden cooperative engagement and test-fire the Medium Range Surface to Air Missile (MRSAM) on the western seaboard by Indian naval ships INS Kochi and INS Chennai.

 

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The test firing of missile was carried out in collaboration by the Indian Navy, Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Israel Aerospace Industries.

The MRSAM has been manufactured by Bharat Dynamics Limited India. DRDO Hyderabad; a Lab jointly developed this missile in cooperation with Israel Aerospace Industries.

 

Another milestone added in Indian Navy to tackle wars with test of MRSAM:

 

According to Indian Navy, “firing was undertaken on the Western Seaboard by Indian Naval Ships Kochi and Chennai wherein missiles of both ships were controlled by one ship to intercept different aerial targets at extended ranges.”

 

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Statement from Defence Ministry added, “These surface to air missiles are fitted onboard the Kolkata class destroyers and would also be fitted on all future major warships of the Indian Navy.”

The successful conduct of the missile test will now enhance battle especially during war against the Indian Navy.

 

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Vikas Dubey made Chambal ravines his hideout

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Vikas Dubey, a history sheeter who brutally murdered eight policemen in Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur, is still far from being arrested by the police. Hundreds of police teams are looking for him. At the same time, SSB has also been alerted on the state’s border with Nepal but no clue is available.

Meanwhile, the former DGP of UP, Vikram Singh said that the way the last location of Vikas Dubey has been traced in Auraiya, then it is very likely that he has caught the path of Chambal’s rugged route through Etawah. Agra can be reached through the rugged interior. After reaching Agra, it becomes easy to enter MP and Rajasthan.

In the case of notorious criminals, it is often seen that due to the setting, it becomes difficult for the two state police to become a co-ordinator or the other state police conducts a search operation to show themselves, but the criminal is hiding there.

Significantly, in the Bikeru village of Chaubepur, Kanpur, a bloody encounter took place between the police and Vikas Dubey’s gang on Thursday – Friday night. The police team reached Vikas Dubey’s raid here. Here Vikas Dubey along with his gang attacked the police, in which eight soldiers were martyred.

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