The submarine INS Karanj of the Scorpion class joined the Indian Navy fleet on Wednesday. INS Karanj was inducted during an event at Naval Dockyard in Mumbai. Naval Chief Admiral Karambir Singh and Admiral (Retd) VS Shekhawat were also present during the period. This is considered to be a big success of the Make in India campaign. The specialty of this third submarine of the Calvary class is that they will not even get a clue of it despite being in enemy territory during the mission. • The length of INS Karanja is about 70 m. And height 12 m. is. It weighs about 1600 tons. • Submarine missile is equipped with torpedoes. It has the ability to destroy the enemy by laying mines within the sea. • Submarine’s strength is that it can harm the enemy without sounding, without being caught by radar. • It will strengthen the Indian Navy in the sea by staying in water for a long time. • INS Karanja is a diesel electric submarine. Due to its small size, it is difficult to find under the sea.