Tensions between Pakistan and India are running high since August 5 when Nraendra Modi led Indian government revoked the special status of Indian Occupied Kashmir, which granted the special status to Kashmir.
Indian defence Minister had also issued nuclear war threat to Pakistan over ongoing tensions. After issuing war threats, now India has made a nuclear weapons deal with Israel and Indian Air Force (IAF) will receive Spice 2000 bombs from Israel by the second week of September.
According to reports in the India media, IAF will receive the Spice 2000 along with Mark 84 warhead and bombs which can destroy buildings completely.
India is receiving these weapons systems as part of a deal signed with Israel worth INR 300 crores. It is expected that these weapons will be supplied to India to coincide with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the country.
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