China has provided a new tracking system to further improve Pakistan’s missile program, which will be targeted to several cities simultaneously.
According to the South China Morning Post newspaper, China has provided the latest tracking system for the Pakistan missiles program, with the help of the preparation of multilateral head missiles. With the help of a new Chinese tracking system, it has become possible to hit the city’s numerous cities and military installations simultaneously.
The Chinese government issued details of this secret agreement with Pakistan on Wednesday (March 21, 2018). According to the details released on the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) website, China is the first country that has sold this technology to another country. However, it has not yet been ascertained how much money Pakistan has purchased.
Chinese scientist Zhang Mangong confirmed that Pakistan has acquired China with a highly innovative and comprehensive optical tracking system, while the Pakistani military has also started using a new Chinese tracking system for the preparation and testing of its new missiles.
According to the South China Morning Post, Pakistan is trying to create and build ‘MIRV’ capability in its modern missiles. It is clear that instead of “MIRV”, only one ballistic missile can be equipped with multiple warehouses that can target separate targets. In such a way, only missiles can prove as dangerous and deadly as many missiles.
The US Defense Intelligence Committee has also confirmed that Pakistan had tested nuclear missile Abel in January 2017, the South Asia’s first MIRV missile missile. After the rise in the atmosphere, while moving towards the end of its closing target, the direction of the various goals that leads to the road is also flowing through the worms and destroying them. Thus, this MIRV fails the enemy’s missile defense. On the other hand, India has yet failed to use MRR technology in its missiles.
Foreign defense analysts say Abel missiles are in the early stages of preparation and it will take longer to complete.