The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Tuesday announced Pakistan's successful test flight of the 'indigenously' developed Fatah-1 —guided multi-launch rocket system.
The director-general ISPR said in a Twitter post that the rocket system is capable of delivering a conventional warhead for the country.
"The Weapon System will give Pakistan Army capability of precision target engagement deep in enemy territory," read the post.
The test flight of the Shaheen-1A ballistic missile on March 26, 2021, was the last successful test conducted by Pakistan.
According to the ISPR, the missile, having a range of 900 kilometres, was tested to revalidate various design and technical parameters of the weapon system, including an advanced navigation system, the military's media wing said.
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