Modi: India has become a Space power now
Reporter: Firdous Rasouli
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday came out to the media after a successful launch of an anti-artificial satellite rocket that had been launched by the space agency, emphasizing that his country has now become spatial. “Today, I’m proud to say, our space team scientists were able to make missiles capable of targeting a Satellite in 300 kilometers distance of the orbit,” Narendra Modi also explained: “I now say explicitly that India has now become spatial power.”
Apparently, Modi has presented two clear messages with the successful experimentation of the space missile: first, he is on the verge of holding India’s general election to be elected Indian Prime Minister for the second time, and secondly, warning messages to China and Pakistan have been sent that don miss with Indians. Meanwhile, this test has provoked American anger, and Washington has warned that countries in the world should not make Earth orbit infested by launching missiles.