It is a matter of pride for every Indian that the day the BJP government has taken the charge of the country, India has never looked back and is moving steadily in bolstering its defence capabilities by giving nightmarish moments to the countries which act as adversaries in one way or the other. It is known to the entire world that India which sometimes back was struggling to fight back the countries which off and on were on attacking modes is now has become an indomitable and has taught its conventional enemy Pakistan lessons of life through air strikes and surgical strikes besides forcing the rogue nation to go for rejuvenation of truce pact of 2003, which earlier it never respected due to meek policies of successive regimes in India. In the same context, India continuing its journey to become a world power has now successfully test-fired the Vertical Launch Short Range Surface to Air Missile (VL-SRSAM) from an Indian Naval Ship (INS) off the coast of Chandipur in Odisha. This is in addition to many achievements which India has made in defence and offensive warfare initiatives like acquiring Rafale fighter jets and going for many missile tests in the recent past besides strengthening indigenous armoury manufacturing to become Atmanirbhar in defence capabilities. The launch of the Vertical Launch Short Range Surface to Air Missile (VL-SRSAM) was successfully flight tested by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Navy. Reportedly, the launch was conducted from the Indian Naval Ship, off the Coast of Chandipur, Odisha. This ship-borne weapon system is meant for neutralising various aerial threats at close ranges including sea-skimming targets. Surely this will further boost the defence capabilities of the country and will add to the arms stock of the country thus moving a step forward in containing the enemy nations because with such a strong armoury base, the enemies of the nation will have to think hundred times to go for a military conflict with India. Surely this will further enhance the defence capability of Indian Naval Ships against aerial threats. The development of such indigenous missile systems will further strengthen the defensive capabilities of the Indian Navy as it is necessary for area domination in the high seas and ocean.