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New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) for Mission Divyastra. PM Modi wrote on social media platform X, “Proud of our DRDO scientists for Mission Divyastra Agni-5. The first flight test of the Agni-5 missile developed with the help of scientists using Multiple Independently Targetable Re-Entry Vehicle (MIRV) technology has been conducted.

See PM Modi's congratulatory message for DRDO –

Proud of our DRDO scientists for Mission Divyastra, the first flight test of indigenously developed Agni-5 missile with Multiple Independently Targetable Re-entry Vehicle (MIRV) technology.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 11, 2024

Agni-5 missile is capable of firing nuclear

Let us tell you that Agni-5 missile is capable of firing nuclear weapons. Scientist M. Natarajan had first planned this missile in 2007. After which DRDO started work on Agni-5 in 2008. DRDO's Research Center Building (RCI), Advanced Systems Laboratory (ASL), and Defense Research and Development Laboratory (DRDL) jointly prepared it.

Mobile launcher is used to launch Agni-5 missile (Agni-V). It can be loaded on a truck and transported to any place. The first successful test of Agni-5 missile (Agni-V ICBM) took place on 19 April 2012. After that, successful tests were conducted on 15 September 2013, 31 January 2015, 26 December 2016, 18 January 2018, 3 June 2018 and 10 December 2018. Seven successful tests of Agni-5 missile have been conducted. Even in 2022, India's most powerful missile was successfully tested. Then it destroyed the target at a distance of 5500 kilometers. In these tests the missile was tested on various parameters. In which it was revealed that this missile is an excellent weapon to destroy the enemy.

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