Which of the following Indian Naval Ships (INS) have been decommissioned at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai?

Which of the following Indian Naval Ships (INS) have been decommissioned at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai?
[A]INS Prabal and INS Pralaya
[B]INS Nipat and INS Veer
[C]INS Prabal and INS Nashak
[D]INS Nirbhik and INS Nishank

INS Nipat and INS Veer
The Indian Naval Ships (INS) Veer and Nipat have been decommissioned at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Both the ships, which are 1241 RE class missile vessels, played a significant role as the guardian of International Maritime orderline off west coast of India and were extensively deployed during the Operations Vijay and Parakram.

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