On Monday, India’s biggest multinational conglomerate, the TATA Group defended Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent assertion that a rainy day was a better pick for Balakot strikes as the clouds could help fighter jets evade detection by Pakistani radars during the operation.
One of the key companies of the TATA Group, Tata Sky has come out in full support of Modi’s claim and has confirmed that Clouds indeed work as a hindrance between a satellite and the antennas, thus leading to a poor telecast.
In a presser, Tata Sky officials said: “Very strong clouds and very strong convective conditions in clouds prevent the radar from detecting very accurately.”
Speaking to The Fauxy, TATA Sky CEO, Harit Nagpal Said “For crying out cloud, I mean loud, it’s not rocket science. If there’s a hindrance between sources and receiver there will definitely be a problem of connection. Clouds are a hindrance.” He further added, “You may not believe but even when the TV serial air cloudy scenes, TATA Sky functioning gets disturbed.”
An engineer from IIT Delhi has also supported Modi’s claim and supplied further proof by showing that his phone’s iCloud photos can only be accessed on clear sky days. Hey reader, are you having a cloudy day? Tell us more about it.