Pralay Missile: India's dangerous weapon to be deployed on China and PAK border, approval for purchase of 120 Pralay ballistic missiles Pralay Tactical Ballistic Missiles: The Government of India is continuously increasing its military strength to teach a lesson to China and Pakistan. Amidst the border dispute with China and tense relations with Pakistan, the Central Government has taken a major decision to buy Pralay Ballistic Missile. In a major decision, the Defense Ministry has approved the purchase of around 120 Pralay ballistic missiles for the Indian Armed Forces. These missiles will be deployed along the border with China and Pakistan. Pralay missiles will be deployed on China-PAK border Getting the green signal for the purchase of Pralay ballistic missiles is being seen as a major development for the country. India now has a policy that allows the use of ballistic missiles in strategic roles. Both China and Pakistan have ballistic missiles, which are for strategic roles. Sources said that the missile developed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) is being further developed and if the army wants, its range can be increased significantly. Pralay missile power At present, Pralaya ballistic missiles can hit targets ranging from 150 to 500 km. The most important thing is that it is very difficult for the enemy to detect these missiles through interceptor missiles. 'Prayal' is a surface-to-surface missile. It has been developed to enable it to defeat interceptor missiles. It has the ability to change its course after covering a certain distance in mid-air. Successful Test Twice 'Pralaya' is a solid propellant rocket motor (Solid Propellant Rocket Motor) and other new technologies operated missile. The development of the missile system began around 2015 and the development of such a capability was promoted by the late General Bipin Rawat as the Chief of Army Staff. This missile was successfully tested twice last year on 21 December and 22 December. 'Doomsday' missile is time for enemies The missile guidance system includes modern navigation and integrated avionics. The Pralay Ballistic Missile will first be inducted into the Indian Air Force, after which it is likely to be inducted into the Indian Army. This type of missile system can be used to destroy the enemy's air defense system and other weapons.