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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Indian Navy begins flexing its muscles when Pakistan Navy has lost its under-sea monitoring capabilities

Islamabad—With an alarming note from Indian Navy Chief Adm. Nirmal Verma that “we need to maintain the organizational ability to deploy ships, submarines and aircraft at ‘immediate’ notice,” top Indian Naval commanders are discussing new strategy and plans.An Indian defence ministry official was quoted as saying that “over the next four days, commanders of the Indian Navy will discuss issues of operational relevance and future plans of the Indian Navy.”

It is worth noting that the Indian Navy began flexing its muscle as a time when Pakistan Navy has lost its under-sea monitoring capabilities after “specially trained terrorists” targetted its most valueable Naval asset P3C Orion aircraft.

Meanwhile, India has also decided to invest nearly $50 billion to strengthen its naval forces over the next 20 years, adding 101 new warships, ranging from destroyers to nuclear submarines while India is expected to build several sophisticated destroyers.

According to a media report India would acquired “new generation and new radar vessels, nuclear submarines, and amphibious ships.” India’s expenditure on warship building could account for as much as 27.8 per cent of the total investment in Asia-Pacific, the report added.

Meanwhile, the India Navy will soon induct two more deadly stealth frigates to bolster its growing power apparently to counter Chinese Navy.

Reports from India say that a 6,200-tonne stealth frigate INS Satpura is likely to be commissioned in June-July, while the Russian-built 4,900-tonne INS Teg should be ready for induction by September-October.

 Akhtar Jamal

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