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By Ajit K Dubey Building on the strength of successful missile tests over the past 40 days, DRDO chief G Satheesh Reddy said on Wednesday India had become self-sufficient in missile systems and could produce everything what was required by the armed forces within the country itself.
The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has successfully conducted around ten missile tests over the past five weeks, including the hypersonic Shaurya missile, the BrahMos extended-range missile, the high-capacity ballistic missile. nuclear Prithvi, hypersonic missile technology development vehicles, Rudram I anti-radiation missile and supersonic missile assisted release torpedo weapon system. “I would like to say one thing, the way the country has evolved in the missile system and in particular over the last five to six years … the various developments that have gone through various tests that have been passed India has in fact acquired complete autonomy in the field of missiles, ”Reddy told ANI in an exclusive interview.
“We are now in a position to develop any type of missile system the armed forces want,” he added when asked if the armed forces did not need to stop imports. of missile systems. The head of DRDO said that the private sector industry has also come to a very good stage because “They are able to partner with us, they are able to develop with us, they are able to develop the system according to our specifications.
Asked about the strength of successful missile tests at a time when India was embroiled in a conflict with China in eastern Ladakh, Reddy said the DRDO was working to develop advanced weapons systems for equipping our armed forces. “As part of this responsibility, DRDO has worked on many weapon systems. Even during the COVID-19 period, scientists have been continuously working on it. All of them have matured and therefore whenever a system is ready we do further development testing, ”said Reddy.
He added that as part of this effort, a number of systems have matured today and have all been tested in the last month and a half. “The level of maturity of many technologies is such that we have had some very successful flights of them,” said Reddy. Asked about DRDO’s contribution to the Aatmanirbhar Bharat campaign launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the DRDO leader said that the organization had started working in many areas to create an indigenous system and “now I can say for sure that we are strong and that we are completely self-sufficient. in the fields of missiles, radars, electronic warfare systems, torpedoes, guns and communication systems, etc.
He said DRDO scientists are continually studying various systems that are being imported now and trying to create a native system and that a lot of emphasis is there to develop the system locally. “We are helping the industry in a huge way and raising them with various systems that they have to develop on their own,” he said.
Reddy said DRDO has “donated 108 items completely designed and developed by the industry. We have established a technology fund to support these industries and we have opened our testing facilities to them. From now on, we welcome industrial partners from the start of projects. He said the leading defense research organization is now focusing on more advanced and complex technologies. “We want to make India an advanced technological nation fulfilling the prime minister’s Aatmnirbhar Bharat dream,” he said. (ANI)
- Backed by the force of successful missile tests over the past 40 days, DRDO chief G Satheesh Reddy said on Wednesday India had become self-sufficient in missile systems and could produce whatever was required. by the armed forces in the country itself.
- In India we can make any type of missile the armed forces want: DRDO chief Satheesh Reddy