Islamabad: India is far away from setting a system through which they can defend themselves from Pakistani missiles in case of Conflict said
Petr Topychkanov, a senior researcher at the Carnegie Moscow Centre’s Non-Proliferation Programme.
Petr Topychkanov Further said that despite heavy investments in developing the anti-ballistic missile system India may not fully defend itself from Pakistan in the case of conflicts.Mr. Topychkanov further added that despite large-scale collaboration between India and Israel for the development of a ballistic missile defence system and Indian forces for acquiring S-400 defence systems from Russia, “India is very far from developing any operation that could definitely defend itself from a Pakistani missile”.

Mr. Topychkanov further added that despite large-scale collaboration between India and Israel for the development of a ballistic missile defence system and Indian forces for acquiring S-400 defence systems from Russia, “India is very far from developing any operation that could definitely defend itself from a Pakistani missile”.
Last Sunday India has tested an Advanced Air Defence (AAD) interceptor missile and is operating on revealing a multi-layer ballistic missile defence system and Pakistan has shown concerns over the experiment.
It will be also noted here that after the successful test of the Anti-ballistic missile, the thing which has to fear that Indians strategists might now think that they have now secured enough and they can use any weapon in case of Conflict against Pakistan.
While on the other hand Pakistan experts feel that with the short missile flight time between India and Pakistan, it will be impossible for intercepting incoming missiles.