Mysterious Dadu debris was part of Hatf V missile

ISPR claims the parts of missile were separated as planned and fell within the safety corridor.

Web Desk November 30, 2012

The mysterious high-tech debris that fell in Dadu from the sky on Wednesday was part of the motor body of the Hatf V (Ghauri) missile, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) revealed on Thursday.

In a press release, the ISPR stated that the missile test was conducted on Wednesday, and the metal parts found in the Johi taluka of Dadu dictrict were part of the motor body. The parts were “separated from the missile as planned, well within the safety corridor”.

The statement assured that no human life or property was at risk due to the debris and there was “no cause for alarm or concern”.

On Wednesday, villagers had witnessed metal debris falling from the sky following a thunderous sound.

The police was silent on the matter, and the military was quick to the site.

Police sources had said that the pieces weighed around 180kg.


Sandip | 9 years ago | Reply

@Jat: Sensible option Jat. You know what the fool's law says. In any case, human life doesn't have much value - neither in Pakistan nor in India.

Jat | 9 years ago | Reply

@Saim Baig: @ Jat So you are saying there was a “chance” that somebody can get killed?? So much fuss just about a thing that never happened & probably never will.

Excellent reply - you win, I give up.

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