Navy’s P75 (I) submarine programme is signed by Navantia and L&T

Navy’s P75 (I) submarine programme Between Spain’s Navantia and Larson & Toubro signed the pact of Navy’s P75 (I) submarine programme, in the premises of the Spanish Embassy on July 10.

Larsen, Toubro and Navantia signed an agreement on July 10 on the premises of the Spanish Embassy in New Delhi, in the presence of N. Subhramanyam, L&T MD and CEO and Augustin Alvarez Blanco, Naval Construction Vice President, and Member of the Board-Navantia. The purpose of the pact is to attract the submission of a techno-commercial bid for the Indian Navy’s prestigious Project-75 (India) submarine program.

Which was the first submarine built by India?

INS Shalki (S46) is the first submarine built by India

How many submarines are there in Indian Navy?

INS includes two aircraft carriers, one amphibious transport dock, eight tank landing ships, 11 destroyers, 12 frigates, two nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines, 16 conventionally powered attack submarines, 22 corvettes, eight landing craft utilities, ten large offshore patrol ships