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Indian Navy submarines to get air-independent propulsion system from 2024

But six new Scorpenes being built in India will have imported propulsion systems.

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Indian Navy | Scorpene

Ajai Shukla  |  New Delhi 

INS Khanderi, the Navy’s second Scorpene submarine, which Defence Minister Rajnath Singh commissioned in Mumbai on Saturday
INS Khanderi, the second of the Indian Navy's six Kalvari-class submarines.

The state-of-the-art “air independent propulsion” (AIP) system that the Defence R&D Organisation (DRDO) is indigenously developing will be ready to drive the Indian Navy’s submarines from 2024 onwards.

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First Published: Tue, December 03 2019. 10:27 IST