India threatens Pakistan with a landslide and a “sword of dust” within 10 days

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has threatened Pakistan with an overwhelming defeat within 10 days at the most, stressing that “New Delhi has military capabilities.”

Moody said, In a speech to a military academy in New Delhi, “Pakistan has already lost three wars in front of his country, and the Indian army will take no more than a week to ten days to make Pakistan” blow the dust. ”

The Prime Minister of India expressed his regret for the failure of his predecessors who were reluctant to use military force against Pakistan, adding that he believed that “Pakistan will not have any chance if a military confrontation with India erupts.”

Modi accused Pakistan of continuing a “proxy war” against India, by secretly providing support to rebel groups in Kashmir, where New Delhi faces a military insurgency.

It is noteworthy that the two nuclear states, India and Pakistan, have fought three major wars since independence from Britain, in addition to numerous skirmishes and clashes, most of which took place around the disputed Kashmir region.

While the military reports say that India’s conventional military power is not comparable to its Pakistani counterpart, New Delhi has an army of 1.2 million soldiers, outnumbering the army of 560,000, while the two countries ’arsenals are almost equal. The Stockholm Institute of Peace reports that Pakistan has between 140 to 150 nuclear warheads, while India has between 130 to 140 nuclear warheads.



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