Srinagar, November 26 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Indian Army is deploying Spike anti-tank guided missiles on the Line of Control in Kashmir.

The Indian Army has received 240 Spike anti-tank guided missiles and their 12 launchers from Israel on fast-track mode to meet emergency requirements especially along the LoC, the Indian official told media men.

The missiles which are supposed to be mainly used for anti-tank operations can also be quite helpful for destroying hardened shelters or bunkers.

According to sources, Spike anti-tank guided missiles can also be used during night. While 210 Spike anti-tank guided missiles with 12 launchers have been received by the Indian Army for Northern Command headquartered at Udhampur, media reports said.

One Response to “Indian army to deploy 210 Spike anti-tank missiles in IOK”

  1. 1. Tufail Hassan Says:

    We are not afraid of these weapons. MashAllah we had better options for these missiles. Pakistan should supply as much high tech military equipment and missiles to Lebanon (Hezbollah) and Palestinian against Israel.

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