IAF to Equip Su-30 MKI Fighter Jets With Israel-Made Spice-2000 Bombs Used in Balakot Air Strikes
Sukhoi 30-MKI (Photo Courtesy: IAF Twitter/File)

New Delhi, March 5: The Indian Air Force (IAF) is, carrying out trials to equip Su-30 MKI with Israeli made Spice-2000 bombs. These bombs were also used to conduct air strikes on the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror camps in Pakistan’s Balakot. The IAF's  Mirage-2000 jets had fired six of these bombs on the Jaish terror camps. Till now, only Mirage-2000 is capable of firing these bombs.

According to reports, India had acquired more than 200 of these bombs from Israel and a few years back. The move to equip Su-30 MKIs with these bombs will add more air power of the force. The integration process will be completed soon. Pakistan Navy Claims Indian Submarine Entered Its Territorial Waters; Adds 'Submarine Not Targeted to Give Peace a Chance'

Reports also surfaced that Indian intelligence prepared a detailed report on the existing terror camps near army installations in Pakistan. The report on the terror camps harboured by Pakistan is likely to be shared at international platforms. As per India Today report, there are six training centres in Boi, Laqa-e-Gair in hinterland Pakistan and Deolin, Khalid Bin Walid and Garhi and Dopatta in PoK where terrorists are being groomed extensively to carry out attacks against India.

Meanwhile, on February 26, the IAF carried out air strikes on JeM camp in Balakot to avenge the February 14 Pulwama attack in which 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). JeM claimed responsibility for the attack.