Successful Pralaya Missile Test: India’s 500km Range Ballistic Missile Triumph.
India successfully test-fires the ‘Pralaya’ ballistic missile with a range of 350-500 kilometers. Learn about its specifications, development, and significance. Stay updated with the latest defense news.
Pralay Missile: Successful testing of India’s ‘Pralaya’ ballistic missile, will destroy the enemy in a range of up to 500 kilometers.
India on Tuesday successfully test-fired surface-to-surface short-range ballistic missile (SRBM) ‘Pralaya’ from Abdul Kalam Island off Odisha coast.
Giving information about this, a defense official said that this missile has been developed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO).
The missile was launched at around 9.50 a.m. During this period the missile accomplished all its mission objectives.
He said a battery of tracking instruments monitored its trajectory along the coastline.
Specialty of ‘Pralaya’ missile.
Successful Pralaya Missile Test: Pralay is a short-range, surface-to-surface missile with a range of 350-500 km.
Its load capacity is 500-1,000 kg.
The Pralay missile is a solid-fuel and battlefield missile based on the Prithvi Defense Vehicle.
Pralay has been developed for deployment on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and Line of Control (LOC).
The Pralay missile can be compared with China’s ‘Dong Feng 12’ and Russia’s ‘Iskander’, which were used in the ongoing war with Ukraine.
It also has tactical ballistic missiles in Pakistan’s defense system.
CG Election: Naxalites encounter with BSF and Bastar fighter team who had gone to conduct elections in Kanker, search operation continues in the area.
There is news of an encounter of Naxalites with the joint team of BSF and Bastar Fighters who had gone to conduct elections in Kanker, Chhattisgarh.
This encounter between police and Naxalites took place in the forest of Madpakhanjur and Uliya of the Bande police station area.
There is news that a farmer working in the field was shot during the encounter. Although this has not been confirmed yet.
There was an encounter between the police and Naxalites for about half an hour.
Earlier, there was an encounter between STF and Naxalites in the Tadur forest of Orchha police station in Narayanpur district.
After the STF’s retaliatory action, the Naxalites fled under the cover of the forest. All the soldiers are safe. Searching has been intensified in the area.
‘Chance of Naxalites being injured or killed.’
On the news of this encounter, Chhattisgarh Police said that the encounter started between Naxalites and BSF and the DRG team in the Bande police station area of Kanker district of Chhattisgarh.
AK47 has been recovered from the incident site. There is a possibility of some Naxalites being injured or killed.