Pakistan spends $2.5 billion a year on its arsenal: report

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    According to a news report published in The Hindu, Pakistan is estimated to be in possession of more nuclear weapons than India and is currently spending about $ 2.5 billion a year to develop its arsenal.

    The report titled ‘Assuring Destruction Forever: Nuclear Modernisation Around the World’, states that Pakistan is moving from an arsenal based wholly on HEU to greater reliance on lighter and more compact plutonium-based weapons, which is made possible by a rapid expansion in plutonium production capacity.

    According to the findings of the report Pakistan is estimated to have 90-110 nuclear weapons.

    The report also signifies that Pakistan has a number of short, medium and longer range missile road-mobile ballistic surface-to-surface missiles in various stages of development.

    On the contrary India is estimated to be in possession of 80-100 of nuclear warheads.

    The report also states that India is also developing a range of delivery vehicles, including land and sea-based missiles, bombers, and submarines.


    Pakistan spends $2.5 billion a year on its arsenal: report | DAWN.COM
     
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    pakis digging up their own grave.:thumb::thumb::thumb::laugh::laugh::rofl::taunt1:
     
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    WB allocates $1.8 billion for Pakistan development projects this year


    All goes to maintenance of paki nuclear arsenal..

    Is there any accountability in pak???
     

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