INS Mormugao commissioned by Indian Navy

Published on December 20, 2022
Current Context: Indian Naval Ship (INS) Mourmugao was commissioned at Naval Dockyard, Mumbai Maharashtra.
INS Mormugao commissioned by Indian Navy
  • INS Mormugao was named after a historic port in Goa, Mormugao.
  • It was commissioned to honor the Goa Liberation Day on December 19 for liberating the state from the Portuguese.
  • It is a missile destroyer with a modern surveillance Radar.
  • It has both surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles.
  • It will create the memory of “Operation Vijay”, done in 1961 to defeat the Portuguese and save the Goa State.
  • INS Mormugao was built by Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited, Mumbai.
  • It was designed by the Warship Design Bureau, Indian Navy.
  • The special about this ship is that it is made up of 75% of indigenous components.
  • It went underwater trails on December 19, 2021, the 60th Year of Goa's Independence from the Portuguese.
  • Chief Minister of Goa- Dr. Pramod Sawant
  • Governor of Goa – PS Sreedharan Pillai


Q.1 INS Mourmugao was commissioned at?
a. Mumbai

b. Andaman and Nicobar
c. Goa
d. Kochi

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