Pakistan tests ballistic missile Shaheen-III amid political crisis

Islamabad: In the Pakistani Parliament, where an important session of Parliament was called to vote on the important no-confidence motion against Imran Khan. At the same time, in the midst of this political crisis, the Pakistan Army on Saturday successfully flight-tested Shaheen-III, a medium-range surface-to-surface ballistic missile. This missile can hit targets up to 2,750 km.

Army’s media unit ‘Inter Services Public Relations’ The aim of the test flight was to re-verify various design and technical parameters of the weapon system, said in a statement. Kilometers
‘don’ According to the newspaper, the range of the Shaheen-III missile is up to 2,750 km. It is capable of reaching the farthest point of India’s Northeast and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The missile is equipped with a solid fuel and Post-Separation Altitude Correction (PSAC) system.

According to the newspaper, the solid fuel is optimized for rapid response capabilities, while the PSAC system allows it to maneuver warheads for greater accuracy. It provides the ability to adjust and evade anti-ballistic missile defense systems. The missile was first test-fired in March 2015. Last year, the Pakistan Army launched the indigenously developed Babur Cruise Missile 1B with the ‘‘advanced-range’’’ The version was successfully test fired.

President and Prime Minister congratulate
Director General of Strategic Planning Division (SPD) Lt Gen Nadeem Zaki Manj for his contribution in the field of cruise missile technology Congratulates the scientists and engineers for achieving excellence. He expressed confidence that this test will further strengthen Pakistan’s strategic deterrence. President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Imran Khan, Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Chairman General Nadeem Raza also congratulated the scientists and engineers for the successful launch.

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