Strict response will be given to the enemies, INS Kavaratti has joined the Indian Navy

Bangla Hunt Desk: INS Kavaratti, known as Bahubali of the sea, has joined the Indian Navy today. Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund handed over INS Kavarti to the Indian Navy in Narban and said, “This indigenous warship INS Kavarti with anti-submarine system is very important in many ways. This is a stealth warship. This warship will not be caught on the radar of the enemies. Its design has been prepared by the Director of Naval Design, and it has been developed by Garden Shipbuilders and Engineers, Kolkata. ”

He further said that 90 percent indigenous materials have been installed in this warship. The warship is equipped with sensors that can detect and follow enemy submarines. At the same time, it will not be caught on the enemy's radar.

INS Kavarti is named after the warship INS Kavarti which played an important role in the liberation of Bangladesh from Pakistan in 1971. This warship is 109 meters long and 12.7 meters wide. This warship has a 4B diesel engine. It weighs 3,250 tons. The addition of this warship to the Navy will greatly increase the strength of the Indian Navy. Because it is capable of working in nuclear, chemical and biological conditions.