Indian spices are pretty popular across the world; hence the spicy Indian cuisine is also served in several restaurants across the world. This time the news is about the Indian spice but the mode and area of use isn’t a food.
It is about the new weapon developed by Indian Military experts, it is a grenade developed by the scientists at Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), which is to be used in the scenarios where the major aim is to bring the terrorists out of their hide outs, as the effect of this grenade is pungent enough to literally choke them, this grenade is not lethal.
These grenades are made using ‘Bhut Jolokia’ the rare chilies found in Assam, in north-east India. The hotness of Bhut Jolokia is measured to be 1,040,000 Scoville heat units, which makes it to be the hottest known chili across the world.
It is also been seen to be a useful in some other ways, like, a specially made chili powder could act as a tool for women to keep away anti-socials and work in this regard is also on, another plan to rub the chili powder on the fences around army barracks, and chili paste could also act as a major repellent against wild elephants.
Overall, this seems to be great weapon, for arresting the terrorists alive and fetching some details about their organization, Congrats to Indian Military Experts for developing this great grenade.