Anti-Ship missile fired by INS Kora hits target with precise accuracy in Bay of Bengal

Oct 30 2020 04:24 PM
Anti-Ship missile fired by INS Kora hits target with precise accuracy in Bay of Bengal

New Delhi: Indian Navy has added a new weapon to its fleet on Friday. Today, on Friday, anti-ship missile (AShM) was launched from INS Kora. It was tested in the Bay of Bengal. According to the information received, this missile set the exact target and the ship from which this missile was fired for testing.

In its statement issued by the Indian Navy, it said that the maximum range of missile launched from INS Kora has been used and its target is absolutely accurate. Let us tell you that INS Kora is a Kora-class warship, which is used to launch such a missile on the target. It was inducted into the Indian Navy in 1998.

The ship was designed under Project 25A of the Indian Navy. KH-35 anti-ship missiles have also been deployed in this war ship. The Indian Navy has three such warships, including INS Kirch, INS Kulish and INS Karmuk. This test is being seen as a test of India's strength in the deadlock with China and Pakistan at the border.

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