India Successfully Test-Fires ‘Nuclear’ Capable Ballistic Agni II Missile

India Successfully Test-Fires ‘Nuclear’ Capable Ballistic Agni II Missile : – Well, Indian Nuclear power is on another level from today after the successful launch of ballistic Agni II. As per the reports, an indigenously developed intermediate-range nuclear-capable ballistic Agni II was successfully test-fired today at 8:30 and it is a very proud moment for the Indian people because our Nuclear power just updated today. Also, the launch was done by Complex-4 of Integrated Test Range (ITR) from the Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast.



Reports are coming that the trial was conducted by the Strategic Forces Command (SFC) of the Indian Army as part of its user training exercise, a defense ministry official said. The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) had successfully tested country’s longest indigenously developed nuclear missile Agni-V in January and short-range nuclear-capable ballistic Agni-I earlier this month. Overall, it is very great news and we are very proud of it.

Also, the Union Ministers Suresh Prabhu and Piyush Goyal shared their congratulations on Twitter and appreciated the scientists on this successful development. Also, the said, “Agni II would further strengthen India’s defense capabilities.” Overall, it is great news and we are proud of our Indian scientist.

Even various international platforms are saying the great word of mouth for this achievement of India and saying the good word of mouth for the success. India crossed another technological threshold by successfully test-firing Agni II, indigenously developed medium-range, nuclear-capable missile. Akash missile successfully test fires Surface-to-Air

The intermediate-range nuclear-capable ballistic Agni II is indigenously made and has already been inducted into the Indian Army. Also, it is so powerful and can attack more than 2,000 km and is 20 meters long. It weights around 17 tonnes and can carry a payload of 1,000 kg.