Brahmos, Akash, and Nirbhay missiles unfolded to counteract any Chinese attack .

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Harsirat Kaur
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Brahmos, Akash, and Nirbhay are all the cruise missiles that can actually crush the opponents to dust. The India-China standoff or LAC Row is on the rise yet. Both the countries’ diplomats including defense ministers and foreign ministers have conversed with each time in and time out. However, no potential peacemaking step seems to rise on the border. This Monday, the Indian army stocked itself for the coming winter in eastern Ladakh. Both the armies subsequently are trying to stand at the strategic height points. But, from the looks, it looks like the Row just keeps getting worse. Now, India has rolled out its strong cruise missiles, namely, Brahmos, Akash, and Nirbhay to act accordingly “just in case.”

Brahmos, Akash, and Nirbhay deployed
Source: MSN

India unfolded the strong missiles

With the rising tension at Line of Actual Control, India brought out long-range sub-sonic cruise missile ‘Nirbhay’, supersonic cruise missile ‘Brahmos’, and short-range missile ‘Akash’. The Brahmos missile has a range of up to 500 km, whereas, Nirbhay cruise has that of 800 km, and Surface to air missile (SAM) has a range of 40 km. These missiles act as the core defense and attack mechanism to deal with the People’s Liberation Army. The move came after PLA decided to deploy missiles in Xinjiang and Tibet areas.

The Chinese deployment is located in the occupied Aksai Chin, Kashgar, Hotan, Lhasa, and Nyingchi along the 3,488 km Line of Actual Control. Now, India also strengthened its weaponry via Brahmos, Akash, and Nirbhay to deal with any turbulent situation in Xinjiang, Tibet, or the Indian ocean. A senior official said that the Nicobar Air Base will serve as the landing place for the SU-30 MKI. It will also serve as a protected place from any PLA warship approaching from Malacca Strait to Sunda Strait.

Brahmos, Akash, and Nirbhay deployed
Source: The Lucknow Journal

The details of Brahmos, Akash, and Nirbhay

Brahmos missiles are deployed in sufficient numbers which can hit the People’s Liberation Amry camps easily. These 500 km range cruise missiles can evade enemy defenses and can also drop a 300 kg warhead at the aimed target. Their deployment in Ladakh is a strategic move. The soldiers can fire these missiles using SU-30 MKI fighter planes of the Indian Air Force.

The SAM missiles, Akash, can threaten the enemy at a range of 40 km. The important base in Ladakh can use these to surpass any close radar attacks. The missiles can shoot enemy drones, helicopters, and aircraft trying to enter the Indian occupied land. The missile uses Rajendra radar which helps the army track 64 enemy targets and can battle with at least 12 of them at a time.

A “limited number” of Nirbhay cruise missiles have also been deployed. These 1000 km range missiles can easily deter the Chinse attacks. It can loiter and fly as low as 100 meters above the ground. This also weakens the opponent’s alert system. The long-range of the missile can harm the plateau under the Chinese occupation.

The growing strains between the two armies made our Army take full account of the citizens’ safety. The Brahmos, Nirbhay, and Akash missiles are the cries our warriors will use if any need arises, for our safety.

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