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Indian Navy: India is finalizing preparations for the purchase of 200 BrahMos missiles for the Navy, moving forward to strengthen its three forces. The proposal for a deal worth around Rs 15,000 crore will be placed before the Ministry of Defense soon.
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The ‘Times of India’ has quoted defense sources as saying that the missiles and their associated procurement proposal will soon be considered at the Defense Acquisition Council (DAC) meeting to be chaired by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. After this it will be sent to the Security Committee headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for final approval.
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Sources have said that the deal is being considered in terms of delivery and exact outline. The actual cost of the deal will depend on the number of missiles and its configuration. However, it is believed that this deal for the purchase of missiles may be above 15000 crores.
skilled at avoiding enemies
India’s front-line warships are already equipped with BrahMos missiles. These missiles, jointly developed by India and Russia, can fly three times faster than the speed of sound. Its vertical launch system has also been used on some warships. The biggest feature of the BrahMos missile is to change the trajectory in the air. Due to the change of path, these missiles do not come in sight of the enemy.
Emphasis on increasing firepower
The upgrade of Brahmosh missiles is also being done by the Indian Army. After upgrading, the firepower of these missiles will increase from 290 km to 450 km. At the same time, the first tests of the 800 km range variant of the BrahMos missile have also been conducted and some are expected to take place this year.
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Over the years, BrahMos has emerged as the primary conventional (non-nuclear) strike weapon for the armed forces. So far India has signed an agreement worth more than Rs 38,000 crore for the purchase of these missiles.