Pakistan To Reverse-Engineer Captured Indian Drone With China’s Help

China is already considered a pioneer in reverse-engineering and hacking. This new assistance to their all-weather friend is seen as an attempt to strengthen their relationship with Pakistan, described as 'taller than mountains, deeper than oceans'.

ISI chief Lt General Rizwan Akhtar proudly showing captured Indian drone to reporters in Rawalpindi.
ISI chief Lt General Rizwan Akhtar proudly showing captured Indian drone to reporters in Rawalpindi.

LOC (Undisclosed Location): Already fuming with provocative act of Indian spy ‘drone’ having entered its airspace only to be shot down and captured later, Pakistan has decided to reverse-engineer the Indian ‘drone’ with help from China.

“What do you guys think we are…Mandir Ka Ghanta? First those Americans attacked our land from their drones, and now you guys are sending drones to take pictures of our beautiful women. This is outrageous and calls for Jehad. Now we’ll give you a taste of your own medicine,” roared ISI chief General Rizwan Akhtar in an exclusive interview with Teekhi Mirchi.

“First we’ll reverse-engineer your sophisticated drone, like we did with American helicopter that killed Osama, then build our own, and send them to take and bring pictures of Kashmir. We’ll then broadcast to public here that Kashmir is taken back from India in a great victory!” informed ISI chief ‘top-secret’ plan of his agency to this Indian reporter.

Sensing a new opportunity, Chinese factory manufacturers are jubilant with this new tug-of-war in their close vicinity.

“The thing they’ve captured looks very much like toys we floods in Indian  market for their kids to play. It will take us a couple of days to manufacture thousands of such ‘drones’, and sell them to Pakistan at exorbitant prices,” said MD of Toychishu Company, based in Shanghai.




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