Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday efficiently test-fired a nuclear-capable surface-to-surface ballistic missile with a spread of 900 kilometres, its military stated.
The check of Shaheen-1A floor to floor ballistic missile, was aimed toward re-validating varied design and technical parameters of the weapon system together with superior navigation system, the media wing of the Pakistani military – the Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR), stated in a press release.
The military’s media wing stated that the missile has a spread of 900 kilometers. Shaheen 1-A with its subtle and superior steerage system is a extremely correct missile system.
The launch was witnessed by senior officers from Strategic Plans Division, strategic forces, scientists and engineers of strategic organisations.
Director Common Strategic Plans Division, Lieutenant Common Nadeem Zaki Manj, congratulated scientists and engineers on the conduct of this profitable check.
He appreciated the technical prowess, dedication and dedication of scientists and engineers, who contributed whole-heartedly in making the missile launch profitable.
President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Workers Committee and Companies Chiefs have congratulated the scientists and engineers on profitable conduct of the missile check, based on the military.
In February, Pakistan efficiently test-fired a nuclear-capable surface-to-surface ballistic missile which might strike targets as much as 290 kilometres, the Military stated.
The launch of Ghaznavi missile was “fruits of Annual Subject Coaching Train of Military Strategic Forces Command,” the ISPR had stated.
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