INS Vagir Submarine Commissioned into Indian Navy
The fifth submarine of the Culver ECLAS submarines was commissioned into the Indian Navy. Ins Vagir, which has been built by Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders limited with technology transfer from France, was commissioned in a ceremony attended by the Chief of Naval Staff. The INS Vagir submarine will boost the Indian Navy’s capability to further India’s maritime interests in deterring the enemy and conducting intelligence, surveillance, and reconstruction to provide decisive blows in times of crisis as the Indian Navy chief has said. It’s a big day today as a submarine has been inducted into the Indian Navy.
This has unique features and we can say this is a very advanced submarine with very much advanced technology. Doctor ship Builders have made this and it is undertaken by the Malcolm Dock Shipbuilders and Navy together. And this is a very advanced submarine that can be seen all over the news channels. This is the fifth submarine and it has very unique features; it can go 400 meters in the water together near the shore as well as in the middle of the sea.
So, very much we can say that updated technology has been used and we are also learning from the Navy that if there is any war happening in the future wager will be a big threat to our enemies. This is how the Calvary submarine is fixed and it’s very much advanced.