India seizes Pakistan-bound ship carrying nuclear weapons

India has seized a Pakistan-bound ship at Mumbai’s Nava Sheva port on suspicion of transporting equipment for use in its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes.

The Indian media outlet Indian Express said this in a report on Sunday about the local authorities.

According to the report, Indian security agencies intercepted the ship on its way to Pakistan with military equipment from China. Acting on intelligence, the Indian Customs officials seized the Malta-flagged commercial vessel en route to Karachi. The ship was later searched.


A team from India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) also inspected the shipment.

After the search, it was reported that all such equipment was found on the ship, which could be used by Pakistan for its nuclear program. That is why the ship was impounded at Mumbai’s Nava Sheva port.

Sunak said right-wing and Muslims are a threat to democracy Sunak said right-wing and Muslims are a threat to democracy

Trump wins three more states in primariesTrump wins three more states in primaries

But this is not the first incident, lastly in 2020, a ship carrying military equipment from China to Pakistan was intercepted by Indian port authorities