Pakistan Successfully Test-Fires Hatf IX (Nasr) Missile


Pakistan successfully test-fires Hatf IX (Nasr) missile

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Tuesday successfully carried out a test-fire of short-range ballistic missile Hatf IX (Nasr), Geo News reported.

Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a statement released here said that the test-fire was conducted from a state of the art multi tube launcher.

The statement further said that Nasr could hit its land target within the range of 60 km with high accuracy and capable of carrying all types of warhead.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani was also present on this occasion, ISPR said.

Source: The News

Discussion6 Comments

  1. Congratulations. Keep spending your money on weapons of war and continue festering that paranoia and hatred in your population.

    Please keep firing more and more missiles.

    Oh – and by the way – India has just sent a mission to mars. It may or may not be successful – but our people have moved to the exploration phase of civilisation – away from the warmongering phase.

    Don’t let that stop you from firing more Hatf or any other renamed Chiki rockets like the Sichuan Aerospace Corporation WS 2

    • Congratulations! keep spending money on Missions to Mars or even to Pluto while 2/3 of your nation is under poverty. But I guess the Naxalites will fix that problem right?

  2. LOL and to say indian missiles are indigenous is laughter, you spend billions to buy military equipments from world powers and then you boast and mock others kinda funny. I congratulate india in sending a mission to mars bUt the question is are MILLIONS of LOW CASTE indians who live in squaler poverty and outright starvation happy too?.

  3. apparently bombman doesn’t know that his own military spends billions upon billions of dollars more than pakistan on weapons. not to mention supporting terrorists. what a “peaceful” country huh guys? i mean if all it takes to become peaceful is to send a mission to mars, then hey let’s put the US in the “peaceful” category as well while we’re at it.

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