Mumbai: The strength of the Indian Navy has increased further today. Today the submarine INS Vela has been commissioned. The Indian Navy is to cover a total of six submarines under the Calvary class submarine project-75. INS Vela is the fourth submarine of this category to be added to the service. Earlier, the Navy had commissioned the warship INS Visakhapatnam on November 21. This has increased the strength of the country’s navy.
The Indian Navy announced on Wednesday that it would launch its fourth stealth Scorpion-class submarine INS Vela on Thursday as part of ‘Project 75’. Will be included in the service. The Navy claims that joining the submarine’s service has increased its combat capability. Project 75 involves the construction of six Scorpion-designed submarines.
Three of these submarines, Calvary, Khanderi and Karanj, have already been put into service. The Navy said in a statement: "The Indian Navy’s fourth stealth Scorpion-class submarine, INS Vela, is set to launch on November 25, 2021."The submarine was built by Mumbai-based Mazagan Dock Ship Builders Ltd. in association with M / s Naval Group of France. The last incarnation of INS Vela was launched on August 31, 1973 and closed on June 25, 2010. He served the country for 37 years.