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“Hatf 4 Shaheen 1A” ballistic missile test successful - A reply to Indian "Agni V" missile

Written By Ali Awan on Wednesday, 25 April 2012 | 01:36

“Hatf 4 Shaheen 1A” ballistic missile test successful - A reply to Indian "Agni V" missile
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan here on Wednesday successfully fired Hatf 4- Shaheen 1A missile capable of carrying nuclear weapons , Aaj news reported.

The missile was marked into the Indian Ocean and was targeted successfully at its location, said Inter services public relations (ISPR) sources.


The exact range of the new Shaheen 1A has not been announced but Retired General Talat Masood, a defence analyst, told media it would be able to hit targets up to 2,500 to 3,000 kilometers (1,550 to 1,850 miles) away.

Haft 4 is an improvised form of Shaheen 1 missile series in Pakistan and capable of nuclear system.

Director General Strategic Plans Division Lieutenant General Khalid Ahmed Kidwai congratulated scientists and engineers on the successful launch.

Pakistan army also possesses Hatf I, Hatf V, Hatf IX battlefield range ballistic missile (BRBN) which entered service with the Pakistan Army in the early 1990s. It is deployed as an artillery rocket and has been replaced by the improved Hatf IA and Hatf IB, which have a maximum range of 100 km

Content from, http://www.aaj.tv/2012/04/%E2%80%9Chatf-4-shaheen-1a%E2%80%9D-ballistic-missile-test-successful/

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