/Supersonic missile brahmos test successful, accurate target on target

Supersonic missile brahmos test successful, accurate target on target


new Delhi. On Sunday, India achieved another milestone in the field of maritime security. After successfully testing the indigenous supersonic cruise missile BrahMos for the Navy, India has told the enemy countries that the consequences would be bad if someone tried to look with an eye towards the Indian border. During the test, the BrahMos missile hit its target in the Arabian Sea with precise timing.

Strong message to the dragon

The successful test of the Indian missile BrahMos amidst tension along the border with China and Pakistan is going to send a strong message to China. Explain that India has already deployed this missile on the Line of Actual Control in Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh.

Able to achieve targets up to 450KM

The cruise missile BrahMos had a range of 290 km. Now it has been increased to more than 400 kilometers. According to the information, BrahMos is capable of destroying the target for a distance of more than 450 kilometers.

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Defense Minister congratulated

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated the DRDO and the Indian Navy for the successful test of BrahMos. Dr. G. Satish Reddy, DRDO President, wished the scientists, all employees of DRDO, BrahMos and Indian Navy for this success. Reddy said that this test will increase the capacity of the Indian Army in many ways.

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Navy strength increased

Let us tell you that BrahMos missile has been successfully tested from INS Chennai. Successful testing has increased the Navy’s strength in a big way. Indigenous supersonic cruise missile BrahMos has been developed jointly by India and Russia. The new version of BrahMos can hit targets precisely over 450 km. This missile can be launched from sky sea and land.