After an incident that left many Kashmir protestors dead and blinded last year at the hands of Indian forces with pellet guns, the Indian government turned to Israel for a non-lethal method of crowd containment. 
The Central Reserve Police Force then decided to give the Israeli “stink bomb” a try, a non-lethal but notoriously foul, sewage-smelling liquid nicknamed “Skunk” that can be mixed with water and sprayed on protesters. The smell takes days to fade from the skin of demonstrators, even after multiple showers.
In a test run, the bomb liquid was sprayed on a “captive crowd” in India but to no avail. What the CPRF discovered, as reported by the Hindustan times, is that the foul-smelling weapons employed by Israeli security forces on Palestinian protestors are wholly ineffective on their Indian counterparts.
The Indian tolerance for stench, it appears, is too great for the almighty “Skunk.” The test was carried out in Delhi, …