Pakistan is short of heavy artillery shells: a single shell cost more than $100,000 and cannot be used to fire.
Large-calibre heavy artillery has always been the main force of fire support on the battlefield. In the past, large-calibre heavy artillery was mainly used through intensive fire, in the form of fire cover, to kill and injure targets. To this day, such tactics are still mainstream. However, for small targets that need to be destroyed by precision strikes, guided shells are required. Guided shell shooting accuracy is high, the bullet point error is small, suitable for the solid target to launch a strike. However, due to the installation of guidance components, it is also more costly than non-guided shells. At current international prices, a single guided shell often costs more than $100,000 per piece.