Pakistani Nuclear Bombs: How much power is there in Pakistan’s atom bomb? Know how big is the danger for India – pakistan nuclear weapons how many nuclear weapons exist with pakistan know complete details tstrd

Pakistani Nuclear Bombs: How much power is there in Pakistan's atom bomb? Know how big is the danger for India - pakistan nuclear weapons how many nuclear weapons exist with pakistan know complete details tstrd
Aditya Chaudhary

Pakistan increases terrorism. produces. The world has got proofs of this many times. Pakistan is included in those 9 countries of the world, across which there are atom bombs. India is also a neighbor from above. Pakistan has fought many wars with India. Mouth gaping every time. He fights cowardly even through terrorists. When 40 CRPF soldiers were martyred in the terrorist attack in Pulwama, India carried out a surgical strike in Balakot, Pakistan.

Terrorists eliminated. Pakistan was booed all over the world. Angered by this, Pakistan was preparing to attack India with a nuclear bomb. This information has been given by former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in his new book. He had also informed about this nefarious preparation of Pakistan to the then External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Pompeo wrote in his book, “I don’t think the world knows exactly how close the India-Pakistan war came to a nuclear explosion in February 2019. The truth is, I don’t know the exact answer either.” .”

Pakistan's Shaheen-3 nuclear missile, which has a range of 2750 km.  (Photo: Reuters)Pakistan’s Shaheen-3 nuclear missile, which has a range of 2750 km. (Photo: Reuters)

The 9 countries in the world that are armed with nuclear weapons are- The countries that have nuclear weapons are America, Russia, United Kingdom, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and North Korea. Russia has 5977, America has 5428, China has 350, France has 290, UK has 225, Pakistan has 165, India has 160, Israel has 90 and North Korea has 20 nuclear weapons.

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PAK deployed nuclear weapons even during the Kargil war

In 1999, the Kargil war lasted for about two months. India had won in this. In 2002, three years after the end of the war, it was revealed that Pakistan had deployed nuclear weapons during this period. CIA analyst Bruce Riddle had told that in 1999 US satellite pictures showed that Pakistan had deployed nuclear weapons to attack India.

India's BrahMos supersonic cruise missile.  There are many variants of it, which are being used by all the three Indian armies.  It is the fastest flying missile in the world. India’s BrahMos supersonic cruise missile. There are many variants of it, which are being used by all the three Indian armies. It is the fastest flying missile in the world.

India has less nuclear bombs than Pakistan, but no less power

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) released a report on 13 June 2022, stating that India is increasing its nuclear weapons. The whole world knows that Pakistan has more nuclear weapons than India. Pakistan has 165 nuclear warheads, while India has 160 nuclear warheads. When it comes to using nuclear weapons, then India might come out better than Pakistan. Because India has better weapons transportation and launch pads.

How far can Pakistan’s missiles reach in India?

Pakistan has short range missiles – Nastra, Hatf, Ghaznavi and Abdali. Their range is 60 to 320 km, while medium range missiles – Gauri and Shaheen have a range of 900 to 2700 km. If there is an attack from missiles of both these ranges, then Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Pune, Bhopal, Nagpur, Lucknow can come under its attack. Now how much devastation will happen depends on the weapon fitted in the missile. If nuclear weapons are used, the damage can be huge.

Pakistan’s powerful missiles, which can prove to be a threat

Pakistan Babur Missile.This is Pakistan’s medium range subsonic cruise missile Babur. (Photo: AFP)

Hatf-7 / Babur: It is considered to be the most powerful missile of Pakistan. It is a medium range subsonic cruise missile. 450 to 500 kg nuclear warhead can be installed in it. There are seven variants of these missiles. The maximum range is 900 kms. The speed is 990 kmph. India’s Nirbhay missile is enough to compete with it.

Hatf-4 / Shaheen-1: The range of this Pakistani missile is 750 to 1000 kilometers. A single warhead of 1000 kg can be installed in it. It has been placed in the category of short-range ballistic missiles. Its last successful test was done on 10 April 2013. There has been no trial since then. It is not known whether nuclear weapons can be used or not.

Pakistan Ghauri Hatf 5 MissilePakistan’s Hatf-5/Gauri missile.

Hatf-5 / Gauri: Medium range ballistic missile. Operational range is up to 1500 kms. The speed is 123 meters per second. It was last tested on 15 April 2015.

Hatf-6 / Shaheen-2: The range of this missile of Pakistan is 2500 km. It can go up to a height of 300 kilometers in the air. Conventional high-intensity explosives or nuclear weapons can be installed in it. Its speed has not been disclosed.

Shaheen-3: It is said that this is the most dangerous missile of Pakistan. Its range is 2750 kilometers. That means the whole of India can come under its purview. It depends on which area of ​​Pakistan it is tainted. This missile can even reach China. It runs on a multi-stage solid-fuel rocket. No disclosure has been made about its speed or firepower. Its last test was done on 9 April 2022.

India's Nirbhay MissileNirbhay missile with firepower to attack any part of Pakistan up to 1500 km range.

The whole of Pakistan will become a graveyard with Indian missiles.

India has short range missile Prithvi. Its firepower is 350 km. Agni-I has a range of 700 km, Agni-II 2000 km and Agni-III has a range of 3000 km. All of them have been included in the army. The range of Agni-V is 5000 km. That is, with the help of these missiles, India can target all the cities of Pakistan. If India drops a nuclear bomb on Pakistan, it can completely destroy the cities of Rawalpindi, Lahore, Islamabad, Navshera and Karachi.

But India will not fire nuclear weapons first, this is the policy

India had declared a nuclear policy of ‘No First Use’ in 1999. That is, India will never use atomic weapons first. India will resort to its nuclear bombs only in the event of a nuclear attack. Whereas, there is no such rule or law in Pakistan. It depends on the leaders and high military officials of Pakistan that when and in what situation they have to launch a nuclear attack.

Now know what India’s missiles can do

India has 9 types of such missiles, which can wreak havoc with these nuclear weapons. These missiles can be launched from land, air, water everywhere. Some missiles are such that all kinds of variants exist. These missiles can wreak havoc by reaching half the world from a short distance. The strength of these missiles is reflected in their speed, range and weapon carrying capacity.

These are the missiles of India which will shake the land of Pakistan

India's Agni-V MissileIndia’s most dangerous missile, whose range covers half the world. (Photo: DRDO)

Agni Missile: India’s most dangerous missile. It has six variants. The seventh is getting ready. All these variants can carry nuclear weapons. According to the range, the weight of the weapon can be reduced or increased. Agni-1 is a medium range ballistic missile. Its range is 900-1200 km. Agni-P is also an MRBM with a range of 1000-2000 kms. It is still in the development phase.

Agni-2 is also a missile of this category, but its range is 2000-3500 km. Agni-3 is an intermediate range ballistic missile with a range of 3500-5000 km. The range of Agni-4 is 4000 KM. Agni-5 is an ICBM, which has a range of 5500 KM. Agni-6 is under development. It will also be ICBM. Its range will be 12 to 16 thousand KM.

Prithvi Missile: There are three variants of this missile. All three can carry nuclear weapons. It is a surface-to-surface tactical ballistic missile. Range is 150 kms. Prithvi-2 is a short range ballistic missile. Its range is 250-350 KM. Prithvi-3 is also SRBM. Range is 350-750 KM. All three missiles are capable of carrying nuclear weapons weighing 500 to 1000 KG.

India's Dhanush MissileIndian Navy’s Dhanush missile is present in many ranges. Means it can attack in every street of the enemy.

Dhanush Missile: Dhanush missile is actually the naval version of Prithvi-3. It has been developed for surface-to-surface or ship-to-ship engagement. Dhanush can carry nuclear warheads. Can lift 1000 KG in 350 KM range, 500KG in 600 KM range and 250 KG in 750 KM range.

Shaurya Missile: It is a hypersonic missile, which attacks surface to surface. It is a medium range ballistic missile. Can carry nuclear weapons. It can go up to a height of 50 KM. Its range is 700 to 1900 KM. Its speed is 9,190 KM per hour. It can carry weapons weighing 200 to 1000 KG with it.

India's Sagarika MissileSagarika missile launched from submarine. Its speed makes it most dangerous.

K-Missile / Sagarika: There are two variants of this missile. Two are being made. Everyone can attack nuclear. K-15 i.e. Sagarika missile is a submarine fired ballistic missile of low range submarine. Range is 750 km. It moves towards the enemy at a speed of 9260 KM per hour.

BrahMos Missile: The world’s fastest flying supersonic missile. There are seven variants of this. It can attack the enemy with nuclear weapons. The speed of all these is 3704 KM per hour. Their range is 290 to 600 KM. All these missiles are serving in the Indian Army, Air Force and Navy.

Nirbhay Missile: It is a long-range all-weather subsonic cruise missile. It can carry nuclear weapons weighing 200 to 300 KG. The speed is 864 to 1111 kmph. It is used for hitting from surface to surface. Range is 1500 KM.