Those numbers might make more sense if deployment plans call for extensive pre-positioning of missiles (which are fairly rugged), versus the high portability and high maintenance requirements of the optical kit CLU (Control Launch Units). These things have cooling requirements, and then there's the field diagnostic kits and whatnot. The missiles don't really need maintenance, whereas that other kit does. (Better to carry that.)
If deployment plans call for caches of these missiles on various mountain passes (where the natural choke-points make it truly decisive in a defensive role), these numbers make perfect sense (because moving across vallies is difficult). Not only are the missiles the heavier component, the explosive nature of the missiles pose their own handling hazards.
Pre-positioning dispersed caches of missiles, and therefore needing a high ratio of missiles / CLUs, seems to be the case.
Either that, or India plans to manufacture their own CLUs and mate them with the missiles.
A bit of Googling reveals multiple mentions of licensed manufacture and numbers from 44,000 to 60,000 of these missiles (although, I am unclear if this is the "sanctioned strength", the "mandated strength" or however else these guys count); and whether these counts pertain to a specific missile or the overall ATGM inventory (which include large numbers of MILAN and KONKURS that would seem better suited to the 'Western Sector'.
Something like the Javelin in a mountainous area, is decisive.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FGM-148_Javelin
BUT: Nothing is perfect........ Javelin "EPIC FAIL"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JNLqFHH-oQ