A submarine that penetrates deep beneath the waves and destroys enemy forces, INS Wagshir is the name of the ship. Even the enemy is left wondering if the stillness is truly so horrible. The Wagshir, the final submarine created as part of Project-75, will be launched on the 20th of this month. As the ultramodern submarine (sixth submarine) created at the Mazgaon Dockyard in Mumbai as part of the P-75 Scorpion Project to protect our country’s maritime boundary against enemy encroachment.
As part of Project-75, the Indian Navy has already received the INS Calvary, INS Khanderi, INS Karanj, and INS Vela. The Wagshir was the last submarine in the Cavalry class. After joining the Indian Navy, it is envisaged that there would be opportunities to allocate to the Eastern Navy.
Wagshir was the most frightening and powerful submarine to ever drop a mine into the sea. To counter the opponent, the submarine is armed with a variety of lethal weaponry. There are 533 millimetres in all. In the region, there are six torpedo tubes. During any big operation, this Silent Killer may carry 18 torpedoes or SM39 anti-ship missiles. It may also blast landmines at sea in order to attack enemy submarines and vessels. Can blow up to 30 mines at the same time.
The Silent Killer is Wagshir’s nickname. Because the clever mechanism inside it plunges silently into the water. Due to Wagsheer’s stealth technology, enemy ships or submarines could not find him via radar. Two high-tech periscopes are installed on the submarine. This submarine can operate in any weather conditions thanks to modern navigation and tracking equipment.