WEB DESK – The Pakistan armed forces has successfully tested a 290 kilo meter ranged missile, Hatf-III Ghaznavi, confirmed the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
According to the official statement, Pakistan conducted the test on Tuesday morning.
The Hatf-III is a ground-to-ground missile arsenal which is capable to take conventional and nuclear warhead up to 290 kilo meters.
According to the officials, test was a success in which it hit the target accurately.
The successful launch concluded the Field Training Exercise of Strategic Missile Group of Army Strategic Forces Command.
The launch was witnessed by the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, General Rashad Mahmood, Director General Strategic Plans Division, Lieutenant General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Commander Army Strategic Forces Command, Lieutenant General Obaid Ullah Khan, Chairman NESCOM, Mr Muhammad Irfan Burney and other senior military officials and scientists.
Addressing the troops in the exercise area, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Mahmood commended the troops on achieving technical and operational excellence in operating the state of the art weapon system.