For the second time in two days, India`s indigenously developed advanced version of Pinaka, Mark-2 rockets were successfully test fired from a multi-barrel rocket launcher from a defence base at Chandipur, about 15 km from here.
To enhance the Army`s firepower, the government has approved a Rs 1,500 crore proposal for production of more than 2,000 rockets for the Pinaka multi- barrel weapons system.
For second consecutive day, India`s indigenously developed multi-barrel rocket launcher (MBRL) weapon system, `Pinaka` was successfully test fired from defence base at Chandipur-on-sea.
A demonstration trial of
India`s indigenously developed multi-barrel rocket launcher
weapon system, `Pinaka` was today conducted.
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