Indian Navy protects us from coastal enemies



Hyderabad: Submarines and warships are essential cogs in the navy of any country that has a coastal border to protect. The Indian Navy also has many submarines and warships which are used to protect us from enemy coastal threats. INS Kavaratti is the newest and most sophisticated ship to be inducted into the Indian Navy.

INS Kavaratti was commissioned on October 22, 2020 in Vishakapatnam. It is an anti-submarine warship. INS Kavaratti is a ship built by Indian engineers in India. With these, India becomes one of the few countries with the capacity to manufacture warships. It is an anti-submarine warship. It has the ability to detect and destroy enemy submarines under deep water. It is also equipped with the latest arsenal for combat on the high seas.

India has a very long coastline and is prone to enemy attacks from the sea. Thanks to the Indian Navy, we are safe from enemy attacks that arise from the sea. The Indian Navy also protects merchant ships from damage. possible attacks by pirates of the sea and, finally, it plays a major role in the rescue of people in the event of a maritime disaster. Truly the Indian Navy is the pride of the country.

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