The missile, which is a terrain hugging missile with high maneuverability and pin point accuracy, has stealth capabilities and can carry strategic and conventional warheads.
Pakistan on Thursday successfully test fired the indigenously developed, 600 Kilometer-ranged Cruise Missile Hatf VII (Babur).
The missile, which is terrain hugging with high maneuverability and pin point accuracy, has stealth capabilities and can carry strategic and conventional warheads.
The test was witnessed by Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, General Khalid Shamim Wynne along with other senior officers from the armed forces. Officers from strategic organisations, scientists and engineers were also present.
Wynne reiterated that the test will go a long way in consolidating Pakistan’s strategic deterrence capability, and further strengthening national security.
President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani also congratulated the scientists and engineers on the success of the test.
The missile tests are part of a process of validating the system.