Bhubaneswar: India on Thursday successfully test-fired the Prithvi-2 ballistic missile with a range of more than 250 km off the coast of Balasore, Odisha. The missile developed by DRDO is already part of the Strategic Forces Command. It is India’s first indigenous surface-to-surface missile.
Earlier, India underwent successful night trial of the Prithvi-2 missile from a center in Odisha as part of the Army’s practice test. This surface-to-surface missile is capable of carrying nuclear warheads. This state-of-the-art missile from the Integrated Test Center (ITR) at Chandipur was fired in the dark and the test was successful, achieving all standards. The launch path of the missile was monitored by radars, electro-optical tracking systems and telemetry centers, which achieved all standards.
At the same time, recently, India successfully test-fired a new generation anti-radiation missile from the Indian Air Force’s SU-30 MKI fighter aircraft by blasting a variety of enemy radars, air defense systems and communications networks from long distances. Can. The missile Rudram-1 is India’s first indigenously built anti-radiation weapon system. A missile at twice the speed of Mach Two or Sound has the capability to fire a variety of enemy radar systems, communications networks and air defense systems in a range of up to 250 kilometers.