New Delhi INS Dhruv Nuclear Missile Tracking. Today is going to prove to be a milestone in the country’s security system. Today India is about to launch its first Nuclear Missile Tracking Ship INS Dhruv. According to the information received, INS Dhruv will be the country’s first ship equipped with Nuclear Missile Tracking System, which can also give early warning of attacks by ballistic missiles launched from Pakistan and China. Equipped with Nuclear Missile Tracking System, INS Dhrupa weighs about 10 thousand tonnes, which is equipped with many state-of-the-art defense features. According to media reports, this will be India’s first naval ship, which is capable of tracking nuclear missiles at long range. INS Dhruv works on satellite technology and is capable of deterring ballistic missile attacks. It is also known by the code name VC-11184.
Hindustan Shipyard prepared INS Dhruv
The naval ship INS Dhruv has been built by Hindustan Shipyard in collaboration with DRDO and NTRO from Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. INS Dhruv is fully capable of detecting and mapping enemy submarines.
Will keep an eye on large geographical area
Apart from this, INS Dhruv will also conduct sea surveillance to detect spy satellites. Apart from this, INS Dhruv will be able to monitor the entire area from the Gulf of Aden to the South China Sea via Malacca, Sunda, Lombok, Ombai and the Wetar Straits. With the launch of INS Dhruv, India will become one of the few countries that have such state-of-the-art ships. Before India, only the US, UK, Russia and China currently have such naval ships.