China-Pakistan, preparing to surround India in the sea, such a move ‘clever move’

China-Pakistan, preparing to surround India in the sea, such a move ‘clever move’
The Pakistani Navy is providing 8 new submarines to curb the growing power of the Indian Navy.
According to sources, China’s Chinese shipbuilding industry corporation is building 8 new submarines for the Pakistani Navy under Project Haangur.
China is engaged in continuously strengthening Pakistan against India. For spying against India, where China had launched two satellites for Pakistan last days. Apart from this, China is helping the Pakistan Army stationed from Gwadar to the India-Pakistan border. China is providing 8 new submarines to the Pakistani Navy to curb the growing power of the Indian Navy in the Indian Ocean.
According to sources, China’s China Shipbuilding Industry Corp of China is constructing 8 new submarines for the Pakistani Navy, which will soon be handed over to the Pakistani Navy. The Indian Navy has 16 submarines, while the Pakistani Navy has 10 submarines. With this help from China, the Indian Navy is going to get together a challenge from the two countries in the Indian Maritime Boundary.
Chinese Navy is also engaged in continuous infiltration of Indian Maritime Border on the day. In this case, both China and Pakistan are getting a challenge before India. In the month of January this year, India launched the third submarine of ‘Scorpene Class’ Karanj’ from Mazagaon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) of Mumbai.
This is the third of 6 submarines created by MDL under Project 75 program. The first submarine INS Kalwari of this category was launched on December 14 last year. Another submarine Khanderi has already been launched, which is being tried in the sea.
Not only that, China and Pakistan have formed two satellites to monitor India. China has created a remote sensing satellite, named PRSS-1, while the scientists of Pakistan have prepared satellite called PakTES-1A. Both of these satellites were launched this month from China’s northwestern province of Jiukuan Satellite Launch Center.
China’s PRSS-1 satellite is able to monitor day and night time, even in dense clouds it is able to see.

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