After Trump threatens to attack 52 sites, Iran seeks India's help to remove all fuse conductors

05, Jan 2020 By Guest Patrakar

Tehran. President Donald Trump said on Saturday the United States has targeted 52 Iranian sites that it would strike if Iran attacks any Americans or any US assets in response to Friday’s US drone strike that killed Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani in Iraq.


Iran wants immediate help from India to remove the fuse conductors of all US missiles. This is the technology that only India has and was developed in the early 90s by Brigadier Suryadev Singh. The technology is pretty sophisticated and only the Indian defense force has access to it.

For his heroics of removing fuse conductors from missiles with bare hands and thereby thwarting attempts of Gaindaswamy to destroy the country, Brigadier Suryadev Singh will be honored with a gallantry award this Republic Day. And Iran wants India to help as there are in dire straits.

While speaking a few words in honor of Brigadier, Inspector Wagle his colleague said, “He removed the conductors with his bare hands and without any technical knowledge of how missiles work. We need more people like him to counter these desh ke dushman.” 

Though the current whereabouts of Brigadier Suryadev Singh are not known, sources say that given the security threat to his life he might make an appearance in disguise to receive the award.