India is developing AGNI-VI ICBM MIRV

India is developing AGNI-VI ICBM MIRV

In India, there is a development of long-range ballistic missile Agni-VI, capable of carrying multiple warheads with personal guidance. This was announced on Friday in Bangalore Managing Organizations defense research and development (DRDO) VK Saraswat (VK Saraswat).
 
«Agni-V is the main strategic defensive weapon. At this point we wish to make a ballistic missile Agni-VI, which will be a force multiplier, «he said. Without going into details developed missiles, he noted that the ability to force multiplier suggest MIRV with personal guidance (MIRV).
 
Ballistic missile Agni-V, which carried out a test launch in April 2012, has a range of up to 5500 km and it is believed that the Agni-VI will have a huge range than its predecessor.
 
«One MIRV missile can strike several targets. Work in this area and design completed. At the moment we are in the hardware implementation phase, «he said.

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