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The indigenously developed Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas does not meet requirements of the Navy.
This effectively means the end of the road for the fighter’s Naval variant as the service is looking at the global market for its needs.
The Naval LCA made its maiden flight in April 2012 and two prototypes are currently undergoing flying as part of the development.
The Navy currently operates Russian MiG-29K fighters from the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya and which will also fly from the first Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC) Vikrant once it enters service.
A second IAC weighing 65,000 tonnes is currently in the design phase and would soon approach the government for approval.
The Navy is looking for an alternative to the Mig-29.
The current weight of the Naval LCA with the underpowered engine does not allow it to fly from a carrier. The Navy needs a carrier-based aircraft in the timeline of the induction of the aircraft carrier.
The twin-engine Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft which the DRDO is planning to build could be considered if it developed a naval variant.
China has deployed a nuclear attack submarine (SSN) in the IOR which recently did a port call at Karachi harbour.