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You need to know that India has now successfully completed the Agni-5 missile’s first flight test using MIRV technology.

With a very high degree of accuracy, Agni-5 can strike targets up to 5,000 kilometers away.

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared that the Agni 5 missile, equipped with Multiple Independently Targetable Re-entry Vehicle (MIRV) technology, had successfully completed a test flight. “Proud of our DRDO scientists for Mission Divyastra, the first flight test of indigenously developed Agni-5 missiles with Multiple Independently Targetable Re-entry Vehicle (MIRV) technology,” he wrote on Twitter.

This would guarantee that a single missile can deliver several warheads at various places, according to sources. The project director is female and has made a substantial contribution.With the Mission Divyastra test, India has become one of the few countries with MIRV capability.

High-precision sensor packages and native avionics systems in this system guarantee that the re-entry vehicles reach the target points with the appropriate level of accuracy. A government source was cited as saying, “The capability is an enunciator of India’s growing technological prowess.”India has conducted several Agni-5 tests in the last few years. The Ministry of Defense declared in October 2021 that the surface-to-surface ballistic missile launch had been successful and that it had taken place from APJ Abdul Kalam Island in Odisha on October 27.

This missile has a three-stage solid-fuel engine that allows it to hit targets up to 5,000 kilometers away with extreme precision. The affirmative policy of India to have “credible minimum deterrence” that supports the pledge to “no first use” is in line with the successful test of Agni-5.

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