Now, India has been capable to launch a nuclear missile from its own submarine from under the sea level. India has formally announced that it has developed and tested a submarine-based cruise missile Sagarika successfully.
With the successful induction of the submarine-based cruise missile Sagarika, India has just completed the chord of India’s nuclear weapons delivery systems.
The induction of Sagarika was formally announced at a Defence Research and Development Organisation function that was organized in Delhi.
The team associated with the development of the Sagarika was felicitated at the DRDO function on Saturday in Delhi. Indian navy has accepted the induction of Sagarika that has the range of 1,000 km.
According to the report, India has also planned to launch an Advanced Technology Vessel (ATV) in the coming year. ATV is the indigenous nuclear-powered submarine that is expected to be launched next year. The missile Sagarika is likely to be installed in ATV.
Earlier, Sagarika has already been gone through three tests successfully. With this successful induction of the missile in Indian navy, India has been capable to deliver the strategic triad that is the capability to launch missiles from land, air and now from under the sea also.