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Enemies to be found and destroyed, ‘Silent Killer’ added to Indian Navy

Mumbai: The energy of the Indian Navy additionally elevated. INS Vela joined the Indian Navy on Thursday. The Indian Navy will embrace a complete of six submarines in service beneath the Calvary Class Submarine Undertaking-75. The fourth submarine of this class to be included within the INS Vela service. INS Vela has been added to the Navy within the presence of Chief of Naval Workers Admiral Karambir Singh. Earlier, on November 21, the Navy had included INS Visakhapatnam in service.

After commissioning INS Vela within the Navy, Admiral Singh mentioned that given as we speak’s safety state of affairs, its deadly functionality could be multiplied by the energy of the Indian Navy to guard its maritime borders. After becoming a member of the INS Vela Navy, Admiral Singh himself rode the survey.

The Indian Navy has constructed its fourth stealth Scorpion class submarine INS Vela beneath Undertaking-65. Undertaking-75 will see the development of six Scorpion-designed submarines. Of those, three courses of submarines, Calvary, Khanderi and Koranj, have already been added to the Indian Navy.


The submarine was constructed by Dock Shipbuilders Ltd. of Madgaon, Mumbai in affiliation with Messrs. Group of France. The earlier model of INS Vela was commissioned on 31 August 1983. On June 25, 2010, the primary version of INS Vela retired from Indian Navy service.

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