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Pakistan test fires nuclear capable Hatf III

Pakistan on Thursday conducted a successful training launch of short range ballistic missile Hatf III (Ghaznavi), which can carry nuclear and conventional warheads to a range of 290 kilometres.
The launch was conducted at the conclusion of the annual field training exercise of Army Strategic Force Command. “The exercise was aimed at testing the operational readiness of a Strategic Missile Group,” said an ISPR statement. The field exercise of the ASFC was witnessed by Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Khalid Shameem Wynne, Director General Strategic Plans Division Lieutenant General (r) Khalid Ahmed Kidwai, Army Commander Strategic Force Command Lieutenant General Tariq Nadeem Gilani, Karachi Corps Commander Lieutenant General Muhammad Ijaz Chaudhry, Chairman NESCOM Muhammad Irfan Burney, and other senior military officials and scientists.
Addressing the troops in the exercise area, the CJCSC commended the troops on displaying a high standard of proficiency in handling and operating the state of the art weapon system. He said that the nation had developed a strong nuclear deterrence capability and expected that the officers and men entrusted with the task of deterring any aggression would continue to train hard and maintain professional excellence.
He said that Pakistan’s armed forces were fully capable of safeguarding national security against aggression. “The successful test has also been warmly appreciated by the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan, who have congratulated the participating ASFC troops, the scientists and the engineers on their outstanding success,” the statement added.



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9 Comments

  1. Zeeshan said:

    Congratulates to all Pakistani.
    Is there any Anti Ballistic Missile program in Pakistan?
    How much Max range of capability we have?

    • taha said:

      No we do not have any anti ballistic missile system only a sophisticated radar system given to us by China, India has most probably the worlds best radar system!
      And referring to the question of maximum range of capability, we have developed taimur missile which has a range of 7000 kms.

  2. @MuhammadYounusB said:

    We from the deepest heatfelt appreciate and most welcome the succesful launch of balasticmissile test.Wepay humble tributes lots of congratulations to the Joint Chiefs of staff Gen Khalid Shamim Wyne and other dignities of our well respected departments and staff members.Thanks for Almighty Allah that our brave and confidential Army are active and are performing their duties for the motherland very keenly.Kindly keep this spirit up ,up and upper,till our enemies would not remain try to destabilise our security.

  3. Raja said:

    Many Many Congratulates to Pakistani Nation

  4. girja kak said:

    290 pe khush ho rhe ho..
    yahan hame 8000 se bhi satisfaction nhi hoti..
    hahaha

  5. Mohsin said:

    Do something for electricity crisis also.

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