Pakistani Terrorists Using Bullets Made Of Chinese Steel To Target Indian Soldiers: Report


Terrorists from across the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir are reportedly making use of steel bullets to target Indian soldiers, prompting Centre to call for specialised bulletproof jackets for its forces here.

Terrorists across the Line of Control border are reportedly shifting their modus operandi to target the Indian Army soldiers. Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad backed terrorists are said to be using specialised steel bullets to target Indian forces. These bullets are capable of piercing bullet-proof jackets and can cause heavy damage to police patrolling parties and their camps. This was reportedly the case in the Pulwama attack last year when at least five CRPF personnel were killed during a gunbattle with Jaish terrorists on December 31.

It was reported that despite wearing bullet-proof jackets, the security personnel died due to bullet injuries. A report claimed that the terrorists were armed with Kalashnikovs and Under-barrel Grenade Launchers (UBGL) during the attack. The bullets used by these terrorists were Armour Piercing (AP), which can pierce body armour. Read More…

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