Navy pitches for six nuclear attack submarines
With the Quad, European Union, and the United Kingdom perceiving the Indo-Pacific as the new essential wilderness, the Indian Navy has informed the public authority about its necessity to fabricate six atomic controlled assault submarines (SSNs) to counter the test on high oceans in a post-pandemic world.
After the March 4 Combined Commanders Conference at Kevadia in Gujarat, Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh referenced the prerequisite of SSNs to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 3 while examining the Indian Navy's activity Samudra Setu II to collect genuinely necessary oxygen from India's nearby partners in West Asia. The Naval warships are likewise associated with offering clinical help to its Island domains in Lakshadweep and Andaman and the Nicobar Islands.
The nuclear-powered attack submarines will give the Indian Navy the much-needed long legs for deterrent patrols and access denial in the Indo-Pacific without giving away its position. "The future not only lies in the Indo-Pacific but also the arctic route that will open up due to receding snow fields," said a serving admiral.
Source: Hindustan Times
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