Agni V Missile: District from Kolkata, a strange light suddenly appeared in the evening sky on Thursday. And the mystery surrounds it. Curiosity is created in the minds of common people around that light. Amid speculations about this, according to news agency ANI, the missile was launched from Chandipur in Odisha on Thursday evening.
As Bankura is close to Chandipur, that light can be clearly seen in the evening sky. Incidentally, this type of missile was first tested that night. According to DRDO sources, the process of making not only Agni-5 but also more long-range missiles like Agni-6 is underway. The range of which can be from 8 thousand to 10 thousand kilometers.
What is today’s light?
It is known that this light was seen as a result of the test launch of the Agni 5 missile, which is a ballistic missile capable of carrying nuclear weapons. At least so do some experts. The missile was launched from Abdul Kalam Azad Island in Odisha.
This is the first time that India has test-fired a missile at night. It was successfully launched. As a result, this light has been seen in the darkness of the night. This fire is capable of hitting any target located at a distance of 5,500 km. Experts say that this light was seen as a result of the test launch of the missile at night. However, nothing has been announced by the Ministry of Defense.
There was a lot of excitement about this light. Starting from Kolkata, this light can be seen in several districts of South Bengal. Witnesses said that light like a spotlight suddenly appeared in the dark sky and that light spread across the sky. This light can be seen in East Medinipur, Kolkata, and Purulia.
Missile Agni-5 (Agni V Missile):
Missile Agni-5 was developed by DRDO‘s own technology. It is capable of carrying nuclear weapons. The missile has a range of up to 5 thousand kilometers. Agni-5 is able to hit the target perfectly. Recently, Indian and Chinese troops were involved in a frontal conflict in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh. India’s test of missiles like Agni-5 is considered significant among them.
Meanwhile, China’s ‘sneak peek’ before the launch of Agni 5 was raising concerns. There was also a lot of noise about the location of Chinese spy ships in the Indian Ocean region. However, China claimed that the ship was only used for research. On the other hand, India had issued a NOTAM before the launch of Agni 5. And for this missile test, a line of light has been seen through the darkness of the night.