Pakistan to test-fire nuclear-capable missile
A report said that the surface-to-surface `Nasr` missile has a 180-km range and a high degree of accuracy.
Islamabad: Pakistan will test-fire a new nuclear-capable missile by the end of this month, a media report said on Saturday.
Geo News reported that the surface-to-surface `Nasr` missile has a 180-km range and a high degree of accuracy.
The Army has completed preparations for it, said sources.
Pakistan on April 25 successfully test-fired an intermediate range nuclear-capable missile, less than a week after India tested a 5,000-km range missile.
The missile was capable of carrying nuclear and conventional warheads.
In March, Pakistan test-fired a nuclear-capable short-range surface-to-surface ballistic missile. The Hatf-2 missile can travel up to 180 km and deliver nuclear as well as conventional warheads with high accuracy.
Pakistan`s missile repertory includes Hatf ballistic missiles and its variants, Ghaznavi short-range ballistic missile, Ghauri and Shaheen medium and intermediate range ballistic missiles, Babur cruise missiles and Baktar-Shikan anti-tank guided missile, most of which have been developed with China`s help.