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SOURCE: RAUNAK KUNDE / NEWS BEAT / IDRW.ORG

India has issued a Navigational Area (IMO) warnings for Paradip in the Bay of Bengal for Experimental Flight Trial to take place from Integrated Test Range (ITR) from 0430-0630 and 0830-1030 UTC for 17th of this month for a missile which has a range of less than 200km.

Solid-fuel road-mobile tactical ballistic missile Prahaar (“Strike”) was tested 2018 which has a range of 150km. Prahaar Project after its first trial in 2011 was revived after 7 years to build a Tactical missile system which can provide offensive firepower to the Indian Army against Chinese forces.

India has issued a Navigational Area (IMO) warnings for Paradip in the Bay of Bengal for Experimental Flight Trial to take place from Integrated Test Range (ITR) from 0430-0830 for 18th of this month for a missile which has a range of less than 350km.

India last month had scheduled Experimental Flight Trial of solid-fuel rocket surface-to-surface guided short-range ballistic missile for battlefield use ” Pralay (Catastrophe) ” which has a range of 350-500km but had to be postponed due to adverse weather conditions in the region.

Prahaar and Pralay both will be equipped with Indian Army as Tactical Surface to Surface Missile System which can be used to target enemies defenses, communication and command post in event of war.

 

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