- India has started preparing to give a befitting reply to the challenge of the Chinese dragon in the sea.
- Indian Naval Ship INS Kiltan conducts exercise in East China Sea
- Indian warship tests preparations with the army of Japan and South Korea
Amidst the ongoing tension in Ladakh, India has started preparing to give a befitting reply to the challenge of the Chinese dragon in the sea. Indian Navy’s state-of-the-art warship INS Kiltan has conducted war fighting exercises in the East China Sea with the armies of Japan and South Korea. This is the same area where China’s tensions with its neighbors Japan and Taiwan have increased significantly.
Indigenous warship INS Kiltan equipped with anti-submarine features has been deployed by the Indian Navy on a tour of the Far East. During this deployment, the Indian warship conducted bilateral exercises in the East China Sea with JS Hamana warship of Japan. During this, the navies of both the countries practiced fighting wars with each other.
Preparing for war with a South Korean warship
After this, the Indian naval warship tested its preparations for war with a South Korean warship. From the side of South Korea, a frigate named Gyeongnam participated. The Indian Navy issued a statement saying that this exercise took place on 28 June. According to reports, now the Indian warship has reached the Philippines, another rival country of China.
At the same time, another warship of the Indian Navy, INS Airavat, visited the Camaranha Bay area of Vietnam recently. The Navy said that this warship has been deployed in the Kaimarhan Bay area. The Indian warship has reached the South China Sea at a time when China’s dispute with its neighboring countries has increased significantly. At the same time, the infiltration of Chinese ships is increasing continuously in the Indian Ocean.
81 percent of INS Kiltan is indigenous
India has shown China that if it can infiltrate its area of influence in the Indian Ocean, then Indian warships can also reach at any time to measure the depths of the South China Sea. Earlier, India had deployed one of its warships in the South China Sea after the Galwan Valley violence. This warship has been deployed in the area where the Navy of the People’s Liberation Army of China had objected to the presence of any other force.
81 per cent of the ship is indigenous and is well equipped to counter nuclear, biological and chemical attacks. In this, many weapons and sensors made in the country have been added. It is armed with heavyweight torpedoes, ASW rockets, 76 mm caliber medium range guns and 2 multibarrel 30 mm guns. It is the first major ship to undergo sea trials of all major weapons and sensors prior to delivery.