Sunday, September 25, 2022

INS Karanj joins Indian Navy, blows enemies

New Delhi: The Indian Navy joined the third Scorpene submarine INS Karanja. INS Karanj was inducted into the Naval fleet at Mumbai. Naval Chief Admiral Karambir Singh and Admiral (Retd) VS Shekhawat were also present on the occasion. The submarine is built under the Make in India program.

INS Karanj has the ability to demolish its target within a few seconds. They can launch torpedoes and tube launched anti-ship missiles from surface and underwater. This submarine has the capability to carry out many missions such as Anti Submarine Warfare, Anti Surface Warfare.

When Naval Chief Admiral Karambir Singh INS Karanja joined the Navy, “The Indian Navy’s development story for self-reliance or indigenization is a fundamental tenet of the future trajectory.” The Indian Navy has been a strong supporter of indigenization and self-reliance in defense over the last 7 decades. Currently 40 out of 42 ships and submarines are being built in Indian shipyards. ”

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INS Karanj Strength
According to the Navy, the Scorpene Class (Calvary Class) submarine is a diesel submarine, which can remain stationed in the sea for 40–50 days. Around 70 meters long and 12 meters high, this submarine is equipped with missiles and torpedoes like other submarines of its class and is capable of laying mines in the sea. Apart from this, Karanja can also be deployed for surveillance and reconnaissance in a sea of ​​about 350 meters deep.

Meaning of Karanja
Navy has prepared a different terminology of Karanj submarine in the name of English spelling.
K-Killer Instinct
A- Self-reliant (India)

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