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Indian Navy warship ‘INS Visakhapatnam’ joins service, Defense Minister targets China

The Indian Navy’s destroyer warship ‘Visakhapatnam’ was commissioned into service by Minister Rajnath Singh in Mumbai on Sunday.

INS Visakhapatnam Indian Navy, Mumbai: The Indian Navy’s destroyer ‘Visakhapatnam’ (INS Visakhapatnam) was inducted into service in Mumbai on Sunday. After this, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh targeted China, saying that ‘some irresponsible countries’ with supremacist tendencies have misunderstood the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) due to their narrow partisan interests. ways are defined.Also Read – Inside INS Visakhapatnam: Warship INS Visakhapatnam to be launched on Sunday, see its EXCLUSIVE video and pictures here

Singh said that it is a matter of concern that the definition of UNCLOS is being continuously diluted by some countries by giving it arbitrary interpretation. He said that some irresponsible countries with their hegemonic and narrowly biased interests are misinterpreting international law. Also Read – Pakistan has given big relaxation to Sikh pilgrims coming to Kartarpur, now information will not have to be given 10 days ago

Let us tell you that China is militarizing islands in the South China Sea, which has been criticized globally. There are wide claims of many East and South East Asian countries regarding this area. Also Read – China’s hypersonic missile ‘circled the whole world’! US Army top officer made a sensational disclosure

Singh noted that the demand for military equipment is increasing and various reports suggest that the worldwide security cost is expected to reach US$ 210 billion and is expected to increase manifold in 5-10 years. The Defense Minister said, “We have an opportunity to utilize our full potential, take advantage of the policies and make the country a hub of indigenous shipbuilding.

Capable of stealth attack, indigenous Guided Missile Destroyer ‘Visakhapatnam’

Capable of stealth attack, the indigenous guided missile destroyer ‘Visakhapatnam’ is equipped with multiple missiles and anti-submarine rockets. It was inducted into service in the presence of top naval commanders.

surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles, anti-submarine rockets

Officials said ‘Visakhapatnam’ is equipped with lethal weapons and sensors, including surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles, medium and short-range guns, anti-submarine rockets and advanced electronic warfare and communication systems.

Equipped with lethal weapons and sensors, including advanced electronic warfare and communications equipment

‘Visakhapatnam’ is equipped with lethal weapons and sensors including surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles, anti-submarine rockets and advanced electronic warfare and communication equipment.

The first destroyer of Rs 35,000 crore Project 15B

Officials said this is the first destroyer of the Rs 35,000-crore Project 15B. A total of four warships are being built under this project.

Indigenous Destroyer Ship ‘Visakhapatnam’ capable of making a fierce attack

Indigenously built destroyer ‘Visakhapatnam’ capable of heavy strikes is equipped with rockets and missiles to destroy submarines. It was inducted into service in the presence of top naval commanders.

Navy chief said, a great example of warship self-reliance

Officials said ‘INS Visakhapatnam’ is also equipped with other lethal weapons and sensors including surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles, medium and short range artillery and advanced electronic warfare and communication systems. The Navy Chief said, the warship is a shining example of self-reliance.

South China Sea dispute

In 2016, an international tribunal rejected China’s argument that it had historical rights over much of the South China Sea. It is one such area of ​​the sea, which is considered to be an ocean area rich in hydrocarbons and it is also an important sea route of communication.

China’s claim rejected

The order of the International Tribunal was declared invalid by China. Singh said that as an important country in the region, the role of India’s navy becomes more important for regional security.

Work towards strengthening and modernizing military power

The Defense Minister said that due to global security reasons, border disputes and the importance of maintaining maritime dominance, countries around the world are working to strengthen and modernize their military power.

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