Which of the following is Indian navy’s biggest guided missile destroyer?
INS Visakhapatnam is the India’s largest guided missile destroyer. The ship is being built at the MDL (Mazagon Dock Limited) in Mumbai, and was designed completely indigenously at the Directorate of Naval Design in Delhi. It is designed to be stealthy to prevent detection by the enemy at sea and operate under NBC (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical) strike. A total of four ships of the Project 15B class will be built beginning with INS Visakhapatnam. Two follow on ships have been named INS Paradip and INS Marmagoa and will be commissioned in 2020 and 2022 respectively. The fourth one, due in 2024, is yet to be named.