Fact Check: Did Indian Army’s BrahMos Missile fail while testing?


Team Udayavani, Nov 28, 2020, 4:04 PM IST

Recently, a Twitter account named ‘Irmak Doya’ has shared a video claiming India has failed in testing the surface-to-surface supersonic cruise missile.

In the video, the missile is in the air and based on this visual it has been concluded that the test of the surface to surface supersonic cruise missile was a failure

The tweet says, “Once again India has been failed in testing the surface-to-surface supersonic cruise missile”


A screenshot of the tweet is going viral on social media with some people sharing it believing it to be true

However, PIB fact check has claimed that the video and claim is fake. PIB tweeted, “ Claim: A fake news peddling Twitter account has claimed that the Indian Army’s surface-to-surface supersonic cruise missile failed while testing. #PIBFactCheck: The claim is #Fake. @adgpi successfully launched its #BrahMos supersonic cruise missile on November 24, 2020.”

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