Pakistan’s space agency is indeed called SUPARCO (Space and Upper Atmospheric Research Commission), but the leadership may have changed since my last knowledge update in September 2021. Major General Ghulam Qadir served as the Chairman of SUPARCO in the past.
ISRO Leadership. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has seen different leaders over the years. However, as of my last knowledge update, K. Sivan was the Chairman of ISRO. Leadership changes can occur, so it’s possible that someone else has taken over since then.
The Chandrayaan-3 mission mentioned in your description doesn’t seem to align with my knowledge. As of my last update, India had successfully launched Chandrayaan-2 in 2019, which included an orbiter, lander (Vikram), and rover (Pragyan). The mission aimed to explore the Moon’s surface, but the lander lost communication during its descent.
Investment and Benefits.
The figures mentioned for the Chandrayaan-3 project’s investment and returns seem to be speculative and not in line with the typical practices of space missions. Space exploration missions are often funded by governments and do not generate direct revenue or profit in the way described.
Regarding the comparison between Pakistan and India, both countries have made contributions to space research and technology, and the success of their space programs can vary based on various factors, including government policies, funding, and international collaborations. It’s essential to rely on accurate and up-to-date information when discussing space activities and achievements