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Ship suspected to contain consignment for Pakistan’s nuclear programme stopped at Mumbai Port

“Ship suspected to contain consignment for Pakistan’s nuclear programme stopped at Mumbai Port: Report”, Swarajyamag, March 2, 2024:

“Indian security agencies have halted a Karachi-bound vessel from China at Mumbai’s Nhava Sheva port over concerns regarding a potential dual-use consignment aiding Pakistan’s nuclear and ballistic missile program.

As per reports by Hindustan Times, Customs authorities, acting on intelligence inputs, detained the Malta-flagged merchant ship, CMA CGM Attila, on 23 January, en route to Karachi.

The cargo, featuring a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine manufactured by an Italian company, underwent thorough inspection during the operation…..”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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