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A curious pattern has emerged: Chinese spy vessels conveniently appear in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) whenever India issues a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) for a missile test. According to top officials in the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) speaking to, this heightened Chinese interest stems from India’s unique missile technology, particularly its manoeuvrable trajectories and multiple, field-interchangeable warheads.

Indian missiles stand out for their unpredictable flight paths. This capability, achieved through pitch manoeuvres, makes them difficult to track and intercept by enemy (air defense) systems. Additionally, Indian missiles boast the capability to carry multiple warheads, which can be swapped out in the field depending on the mission requirements. This versatility adds another layer of strategic advantage.

Earlier Chinese assessments often dismissed Indian intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) like Agni-III and IV. However, the arrival of the more advanced Agni-V has forced a change in tone. Chinese experts are now less likely to downplay India’s missile prowess. The presence of Chinese spy vessels during Indian missile tests underscores their keen interest in understanding these unique capabilities.

China’s deployment of spy vessels during Indian missile tests underscores the strategic chess game unfolding in the region. India’s progress in developing advanced missile technology is a cause for concern for China, prompting them to gather intelligence on these capabilities. This development highlights the importance of India continuing to invest in its missile program to maintain a credible deterrent against potential threats.

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