In a significant development, India is set to begin the export of ground systems designed for the BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles within the next 10 days. DRDO Chairman Dr Samir V Kamat said the cruise missiles are anticipated to be sent by March of this year.
The announcement underscores India’s progress in the field of defence technology, particularly in the realm of supersonic cruise missiles. The decision to export ground systems for BrahMos missiles signifies a strategic move to share indigenous capabilities with international partners.
The BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles are renowned for their precision and speed, making them a formidable asset in modern warfare. The move to export ground systems aligns with India’s commitment to bolstering defence ties and showcasing its technological prowess on the global stage.
This is a developing story. More details to be followed.
(With inputs from ANI)