Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Starting at now, India has 16 submarines while Pakistan has 10. BEIJING/ISLAMABAD: China has been stretching out help to its “all-climate” partner Pakistan with a plan to counter India. The most recent in its arrangement of endeavors, China is helping Pakistan with the development of eight submarines to guarantee an extreme rivalry to the Indian Navy in the Indian Ocean. As indicated by sources, under Project Hangor, China’s shipbuilding industry is building the submarines which will before long be given over to Pakistan. India, starting at now, has 16 submarines while Pakistan has 10. The obtaining of new submarines is a piece of Pakistan’s push to scale up its capacities in submerged fighting. When occasions of Chinese troops penetrating into the Indian region is likewise not new, the submarines will add to Pakistan’s quality and are probably going to be a migraine for the Indian Navy. The move comes when China has as of now effectively propelled two remote detecting satellites for Pakistan which will likewise help watch out for India as they manufacture the key $50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The dispatch of the two satellites is yet another space participation amongst China and Pakistan since the dispatch of correspondence satellite PAKSAT-1R in August 2011. The satellites – PRSS-1 and PakTES-1A – were propelled from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China utilizing a Long March-2C rocket. The PRSS-1 is China’s first optical remote detecting satellite sold to Pakistan. It is the seventeenth satellite created by the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) for an abroad purchaser. It is being said that the PRSS-1 will be utilized for land and assets reviewing, observing of catastrophic events, farming examination, urban development and giving remote detecting data to the CPEC added to the Repertoire and Road Initiative (BRI) of the Chinese government. The USD 50 billion CPEC is a system of foundation extends that are at present under development all through Pakistan that will associate China’s Xinjiang region with the Gwadar port in Pakistan’s Balochistan region, giving China an opening to the Arabian Sea. The satellite can turn at wide points to empower the cameras to cover a more extensive territory. The PRSS-1 has a data security plan, and the information can be encoded.