India successfully tests supersonic cruise missile BrahMos

NEW DELHI: India on Thursday successfully tested its precision strike BrahMos weapon, which is termed as the world’s fastest supersonic cruise missile, media reports said.

At 8:42 this morning, the BrahMos hit its designated target with pin-point accuracy in Pokhran, Rajasthan, said the reports.

“Formidable Supersonic Cruise Missile BrahMos was successfully flight tested at 8:42 AM today at Pokhran test range, Rajasthan. The precision strike weapon with Indian-made seeker flew in its designated trajectory and hit the target with pin-point accuracy,” tweeted the defence ministry.

“Formidable Supersonic Cruise Missile #BrahMos was successfully flight tested at 8:42 AM today at Pokhran test range, Rajasthan. The precision strike weapon with Indian-made seeker flew in its designated trajectory and hit the target with pin-point accuracy.”@PIB_India@MIB_India

Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman congratulated the Defence Research and Development Organisation for the successful fight test and said it would be a further boost for the country’s security, said the reports.

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