Pakistan successfully test-fires Hatf-IX

Published: September 26, 2014
SHARES
Email
Pakistan today conducted a successful test fire of Short Range Surface to Surface Missile Hatf IX (NASR). PHOTO: ISPR

Pakistan today conducted a successful test fire of Short Range Surface to Surface Missile Hatf IX (NASR). PHOTO: ISPR

Pakistan conducted a successful test of the Hatf-IX missile on Friday, Express News reported.

Four missiles were fired as part of the test and the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that this was an important test for the Missile Programme of Pakistan.

According to an ISPR press release,  Hatf-IX is a short range surface-to-surface air missile which is said to have nuclear capabilities with a maximum range of 60 kilometres. Missiles were launched from a state of the art  multi tube launcher.

NASR, with a range of 60 km and in-flight maneuver capability is a quick response system, with shoot and scoot attributes. It contributes to the full spectrum deterrence against the prevailing threat spectrum.

The launch was witnessed by Chairperson Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJSC) General Rashad Mehmood.

In April this year, Pakistan had successfully launched Hatf III (Ghaznavi) missile.

 

Facebook Conversations

Reader Comments (75)

  • Abdullah
    Sep 26, 2014 - 11:45AM

    Guys atleast try towards moon.

    Recommend

  • Asif
    Sep 26, 2014 - 11:48AM

    India launching rockets to Mars & we firing them to 60Km.

    Recommend

  • 2019 ake bad
    Sep 26, 2014 - 11:56AM

    Please tell me this isn’t response to India’s mars mission.

    Recommend

  • Puzzled
    Sep 26, 2014 - 12:09PM

    Can someone please enlighten me of whats the point of a “nuclear” missile which has a range of just 60 km?!!!..

    Recommend

  • Al bahudin
    Sep 26, 2014 - 12:21PM

    Weldon Pakistan, entire Muslim world is proud of you. Your nuclear capability makes you leader of Muslim world.

    Recommend

  • Amir
    Sep 26, 2014 - 12:26PM

    The honor and dignity of Pakistan is restored. Mashallah!!!

    Recommend

  • TiffinBox
    Sep 26, 2014 - 12:28PM

    @Puzzled, firing a nuke with this is suicide, the legal way. Who in their right way would want a nuke on this missile.

    Recommend

  • Sunil
    Sep 26, 2014 - 12:28PM

    @Asif: Very funny. Also 60 kilo meter range, just do not fire it from the Iranian border you are more likely to hit a Pakistani city ;) !!!! Indians have ICBM’s that have a range of 5,000 kilo meter and can be launched from a nuclear submarine, we have a few now! So what if you have just tested some Chinese junk that was rebadged. Oh well we Indians are working towards a rocket launch that will take a SMART Satellite to another planet. Yes India is the first country in the world to have a SMART Satellite.

    Recommend

  • Moiz Omar
    Sep 26, 2014 - 12:38PM

    This is not that great.Recommend

  • hella
    Sep 26, 2014 - 12:52PM

    @Puzzled, The answer is in the names of these missiles, Ghauri, Ghaznavi etc. names of all past conquerors, who laid waste, of what is now Pakistan. With a range of 60 km these missiles are probably meant to do the same.

    Recommend

  • Sep 26, 2014 - 1:01PM

    space agency should also give details about Hatf- IX like which scientist/s helped develop it or it is outsourced?

    Recommend

  • Qaisar
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:08PM

    It is a new strategy for Pakistan to build a short range nuclear capable missile, that shall be used to target division size armies, in case, advancing on the borders.

    Recommend

  • Vikas
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:15PM

    Pakistan’s response to India’s Mars mission. Bravo Pakistan.

    Recommend

  • Spyrogyra
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:16PM

    @Puzzled: The purpose is to be capable to deploy what in military terms is called a TNW (Tactical Nuclear Weapon). A TNW is designed to be small and for use in a battlefield.

    Recommend

  • Bharat R
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:19PM

    Typically Pakistani reaction to indulge in Military posturing to all manner of things. When India was set to launch its Mars Oribiter, Pakistan’s reaction was also martial and resulted in a launch a 60KM range Hatf IX Missile:

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/627387/pakistan-successfully-test-fires-hatf-ix-ispr/

    Be that as it may, will the Pakistani Military note that launching a 65KM range missile as a riposte to an Indian mission that traversed 650 Million KM will get nothing more than a contemptuously dismissive reaction from the rest of the world

    Recommend

  • Baba Ji
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:19PM

    60 Km is a tactical range … ask the people who are engaged in battlefield … a missile which can take a small nuclear warhead at a short range and devastate a limited area …. excellent !!! May I suggest Call of Duty : Blackops !!!!

    Recommend

  • Naman Randhawa
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:22PM

    nuclear missile and that too with just 60 km range!! seems to be made by Pakistan for pakistan

    Recommend

  • Iqbal
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:27PM

    Are you sure this is 60 kilometers and not 6,000 kilometers? If true then standards of Pakistani scientists is going downhill. Our neighbours are sending objects million miles away.

    Recommend

  • Gp65
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:28PM

    @Qaisar:
    So help me understand, would it be fired at the Indian army BEFORE or AFTER it had entered Pakistani terriory?

    If it is before then it would be considered a nuclear attack on Indian territory and no one in the world would object to a disproportionate response from India. If it is AFTER India has entered your territory then in fact this nuclear attack would be on your own territory – right?

    Has someone in Pakistani army leadership thought through this?

    Recommend

  • Asim
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:29PM

    @Sunil indians will have to travel 4900km to fire their missiles so it reaches its intended target just 100 km away.what a waist of fuel lol

    Recommend

  • Striver
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:36PM

    A country that has had numerous failures in the recent years to launch its “home-built” missiles suddenly has the capability to successfully launch not just nuclear missiles but also a successful mission to Mars ( notwithstanding) its years of research) raised a few questions.
    What lies behind the sudden capabilities to reach Mars?
    What lies behind the sudden capabilities to have rest fired a nuclear missile of a similar range to that of Pakistan recently?
    You will find the answer lies in the Middle East. Israel’s close cooperation with India.
    Let’s face it the Indian’s needed Israel’s help to in planning and surveying how to lay the electric barriers across the border with Pakistan and Kashmir.
    But still well done to India and Pakistan. Pakistan is building these missiles to fight started swift wars planned by India.

    Recommend

  • AD
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:39PM

    @Puzzled: This is for Naya Pakistan.

    Recommend

  • riya
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:39PM

    pakistan…. GROW UP!!!

    Recommend

  • Mk
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:39PM

    China which has a clear edge over India in the so called “space race” and having failed to reach mars , as a matter of fact having failed to leave earths orbit in their mars mission extended congratulatory notes to India on their success even stating that Indians mission to Mars is Asia’s pride. Now compare that to pakistan’s response which does not have any advanced scientific projects by firing a short range missile which btw was already fired once when Indians Mars mission had launched. Test firing a missile twice, anyone want to talk poverty now ?

    Recommend

  • Masud
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:45PM

    India is sending rockets to Mars. We are designing rockets to carry Nukes. India maybe making such rockets too but surely we are not doing anything to make progress.

    Recommend

  • Abdul
    Sep 26, 2014 - 1:56PM

    Did the ‘first Pakistani in space’ hitch a ride in one of those ?

    Recommend

  • Sep 26, 2014 - 2:18PM

    @Sunil:
    Indian troll waxing poetic. The Indian ICBM is nothing but a hindutva pipe dream.
    India does have rusting world war two aircraft carrier. and an old rusting battle ship
    that has a mettle welded on top to function as a runway. Viola! another aircraft carrier!

    Recommend

  • dude
    Sep 26, 2014 - 2:20PM

    hahahahahahahahaha, as expected

    Recommend

  • goldconsumer
    Sep 26, 2014 - 2:21PM

    A non nuclear nasar is needed for the likes of Fazlullah hiding in Afghanistan.
    Enough of diplomacy now. If Afghan soil can be regularly used to have drone attacks and even raids inside Pakistan, then ditto for Afghanistan!

    Recommend

  • harkol
    Sep 26, 2014 - 2:28PM

    @Gp65:

    It doesn’t work like that. Armed forces around the world like to think there is such a thing as ‘winnable war’. And they define winnability on the basis of denying the attacking party their objective.

    From Pakistan Army perspective, if a tactical nuke denies India it’s battle objective, then it’ll be considered a ‘win’!!

    So, what if you have to cut your nose to spite your face?

    Recommend

  • Hari Om
    Sep 26, 2014 - 2:34PM

    @ Bharat R

    You fail to note:
    1 Muslim Pakistani Kilometer equals 10 Million Hindu Indian Kilometers.
    Thus 65 KM equals 650 Million KM.

    Recommend

  • Feanor
    Sep 26, 2014 - 3:05PM

    @Striver, Wonderful theory! A country that barely has the capability to launch 500kg payload to LEO and which has not performed any interplanetary missions, has taught another country to send 2500kg satellite to GTO and a 1300kg orbiter to Mars. I wonder why the Western media could not figure out this insanely simple explanation.

    Recommend

  • Jayesh
    Sep 26, 2014 - 3:05PM

    When an indian landed on moon or even mars, then also can find pakistan testing the same missile.

    Recommend

  • Arjun
    Sep 26, 2014 - 3:08PM

    Even on Mars we Indians will not have toilets.Recommend

  • Manoj
    Sep 26, 2014 - 3:09PM

    Chinese media claims that they have tested recently there missile in a foreign soil !

    Recommend

  • Akash
    Sep 26, 2014 - 3:16PM

    Red missile, hope every one knows ‘certificate of origin of this missile’Recommend

  • shahid
    Sep 26, 2014 - 3:49PM

    @Asif: If one understands strategic warfare options then this is the most dangerous weapon one can have. Nasr is a nuclear capable 60km range shoot & scoot missile which can destroy the land forces of enemy on the ground on border or in their territory. This missile can pin point its targets and can change flight path in a split second during its flight to hit target. This missile can create a nuclear wall at the border trapping enemy forces forcing their logistics support to fail and stop. This way enemy forces, whatever their strength, including their armored & mobile corps can be destroyed, as their field support, supply of troops, ammo and ordnance, food, weapons, hospital/medical and replacement troops can be stopped and nullified. This weapon is the nightmare of enemy army field generals. This weapon is only available with 2 other armed forces in the world. One needs to understand the miniaturization of nukes. It is not a joke. Even China needs to develop this. Good luck to Hindus-tan on their trip to Mars. They have created cheaper option of commercial space travel and placing of satellites and competition to European Space Agency Arrianne rocket system. So, keep going to Mars, we develop weapon systems to defend our country to counter conventional army strength Hindus-tan has. Let all laugh but reality is dreadful and it spells doom for enemy.

    Recommend

  • aliasghar
    Sep 26, 2014 - 4:00PM

    why this missile test is been compared with indias mars mission. Both are different things. this missile adds to our defence strenght.stupid people try to make some sense when u r commentingRecommend

  • Duraiz Mahmud
    Sep 26, 2014 - 4:08PM

    For all those flabbergasted and intentionally unaware audience(@ Sunils, Puzzled and even some of our own snakes); Gentleman the TNW ( tactical nuclear weapon) capability from mobile launcher actually lays to rest the Indian PAS ( proactive strategy). It can be launched within Pakistan on advancing Indian Army or even once the forward placed Indian troops are preparing to contact….and yes they won’t even know what hit them and limited destruction will destroy the advancing troops without much spread of nuclear effects. Our missile technology is much superior then the Indian technology. For other concerned friends; now that we have taken care of Indian aggressive strategy next who knows…..Mars here we come!

    Recommend

  • sharabi
    Sep 26, 2014 - 6:01PM

    @shahid
    correct your fact mate,
    India already had this type of system Prithvi -1 & now this Prithvi-1 has been replaced by PRAHAR
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prahaar_(missile)
    Read Technical Features, this can carry miniature 200kg Nuclear warhead with accurate precision,
    & for all peoples, Small missiles are useful too, but shahid & other Pakistani friend have to correct some facts.

    Recommend

  • Haider
    Sep 26, 2014 - 8:23PM

    Why two events are being compared.Its just a small test..Will be helpful against terrorists and if any war occurs then helpful in borders…

    Every bit counts.
    Drops of water make up a river

    Every country progresses
    Stop this comparisons in every case.Recommend

  • MSS
    Sep 26, 2014 - 9:53PM

    @Striver,
    Feanor has responded adequately to your misinformation. There is nothing sudden about India’s space ambitions. Remember India put a probe around moon some years ago. That probe had the Indian flag pained over it and was intentionally crashed on to moon surface after a year of orbiting and finding water on moon a scientific fact that was later agreed to by NASA. India has tested missiles with ICBM range. So, please update your information.
    The 65 km range Hatf-9 is a tactical weapon. Such weapons with considerably more range were developed by both the US and the Soviets. For them the ‘theatre of war was not likely to be their own home lands but perhaps Poland, Germany, UK etc. But Pakistan is developing Hatf-9 with nukes to be detonated inside Pakistan (that is the pretence) or, as I suspect, on Indian aircraft carriers or a concentration of Indian naval forces in the Arabian sea. In either case, a nuclear response from India could expected. I hope both nations walk a sensible course. There are no winners in a nuclear war only the dead and the dying.

    Recommend

  • Arsalan
    Sep 26, 2014 - 9:56PM

    @Puzzled These missiles main function will be to destroy on coming enemy missiles so that sensitive installations may not be harmed .

    Recommend

  • Last Word
    Sep 26, 2014 - 10:29PM

    If a latest Mercedes is compared to a 1940 model car, the owner of the former is told not complain is totally unjustified.

    Recommend

  • khurram
    Sep 27, 2014 - 12:02AM

    These type of shoot and scoot missile system which are Tactical in nature are an answer and nightmare to Indian Cold Start Doctrine which envisages rapid deployment of Integrated Battle Groups aimed at launching hit and run attacks keeping Pakistan below its Nuclear threshold in terms of strategic weapon systems aka Shaheen and Ghauri. But the rapid deployment of portable hard to detect tactical nuclear systems with just the ideal range to attack the Integrated Battle Groups in the Forward Cantonments of India near the border brings to tatters once again the Indian aggressive designs which have failed time and again , be it Sundarjees doctrine or So called rapid deployment of 1999 which took 21 days for India to mobilize whereas Pak Army had mobilized and aligned its self completely under 12 days thus quashing the element of surprise.

    Recommend

  • Hassan
    Sep 27, 2014 - 1:54AM

    This is a small range tactical missile. Basically aimed at targeting ground troops. They are to be armed with Tactical Nuclear warhead for a controlled explosion targeting a small area.
    Pakistan has Longer range missiles , Shaheen II has a range of 2500 KM , Taimur which is said to be under construction (some even believe its complete but has not been tested yet officially ) is an ICBM (Inter Continental Ballistic Missile ) with a range of 7000 Km.
    Recommend

  • zafar
    Sep 27, 2014 - 2:39AM

    I don’t know what to call the people who compare this to India’s Mars orbiter .. will ‘idiot’ be the right word? For starters sending a rocket to Moon or Mars is totally different to testing a nuclear missile. Here’s why:
    – Missiles are rockets pointed to terrestrial targets, if somebody points them to the sky (with some re-engineering of course) the missile can very well deliver the payload to LEO (look-up V2 rockets, the grand-daddy of American space and military rocketry).
    – Even if you do insist on comparing Mars orbiter rocket to a missile, comparing range of a missile is pointless because the rocket does not need fuel for 650 million kms, rather it just has to escape Earth’s gravity and maintain trajectory for the rest of the flight.
    – Pakistanis be proud of Pakistan, much better rocketry and missile technology than our rivals, indigenous fighter aircraft making factories. We already have the capability to launch rockets to the Moon and beyond. It is just a matter of will of the govt to fund these ideas.
    – Indians be proud of India, first Asian country to insert an artificial satellite into Mars orbit.

    Please read before blabbering!

    Recommend

  • zafar
    Sep 27, 2014 - 2:41AM

    @Sunil:
    Are you on weed? FYI Pakistan also has ICBMs. Look it up. Secondly, a short-range missile is much quicker to launch and needs almost no preparation time. So, it can be launched quickly as a response to a possible attack.

    Recommend

  • zafar
    Sep 27, 2014 - 2:43AM

    @Duraiz Mahmud:
    Yep!

    Recommend

  • bala krishnan
    Sep 27, 2014 - 6:07AM

    First of all it is wrong to compare a missile firing with space mission. Tactical nuclear missile is specially designed to use in the battlefield to stop advancing ground troops. We indians are worried abut this missile despite we have the capablity to destroy then before pak fire such missile.Recommend

  • Ashraf
    Sep 27, 2014 - 6:42AM

    Fitting reply to India’s Mars mission !!

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 7:26AM

    ” Pakistan successfully test-fires Hatf-IX”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Well almost anyone can test fire a missile…I am waiting for Pakistan when they will test fire a Container…the need of the Hour.

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 7:28AM

    ” Pakistan successfully test-fires Hatf-IX”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=
    Corrected Headlines: Pakistan successfully test-fires Hatf-XI

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 7:30AM

    @TiffinBox: ” @Puzzled, firing a nuke with this is suicide, the legal way.”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Sir this is also a population control device.

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 7:32AM

    @whitesky: ” which scientist/s helped develop it or it is outsourced?”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    And if it outsourced then the names of the Chinese scientists to motivate them for Hatf X.

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 7:49AM

    @Gp65: ” Has someone in Pakistani army leadership thought through this?”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Yes Madam, but I am afraid to share the deep secret strategy.
    Actually its for use AFTER indian army is inside Paki territory. The Hatf IX will be aimed at the Paki soldiers a large number of who will be killed and maimed.
    Benefits: Indians will be blamed for genocide and all the martyred soldiers will receive 32 Hours each in Jannat.( causing a temporary shortage of Hours but that a different issue).

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 7:57AM

    ” Pakistanis be proud of Pakistan, much better rocketry and missile technology than our rivals, indigenous fighter aircraft making factories. ”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    I must mention also JF 17 the aircraft that all Air Forces of the world are afraid of and whose main use is in Escorting the Chinese dignitaries into Pakistan.
    I curse the D CHOWK demonstrators who caused the planned visit of Chinese XI to be deferred and thereby rusting some JF 17s.

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 7:59AM

    ” The launch was witnessed by Chairperson Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJSC) General Rashad Mehmood.”
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Via Video Conference, as a pre caution.

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 8:01AM

    @Haider: ” Drops of water make up a river”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Sir not a very appropriate statement when the POK is reeling under floods.

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 8:03AM

    ” Pakistan successfully test-fires Hatf-IX”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Let me share with you how was the test fire was done: First the Hatf ix was loaded
    on a truck and the truck fired and driven to 60km. There the Missile was offloaded and everyone celebrated the success of the Test Firing. Marshallah.

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 8:07AM

    @Ashraf: ” Fitting reply to India’s Mars mission !!”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    I agree. This is the age of nanotechnology. Millions are out and millimetres are in , though with the exception, when applied to greenback.

    Recommend

  • AVPMPolpot
    Sep 27, 2014 - 8:09AM

    ” Pakistan successfully test-fires Hatf-IX”
    +++++++++++++++++++++++
    Does water fuels its engines ?
    ( with apologies to certain sensitive hydrophobic readers)

    Recommend

  • kris
    Sep 27, 2014 - 8:23AM

    Next test – 60 meters!

    Recommend

  • Sunil
    Sep 27, 2014 - 10:36AM

    @Asim:
    Funny .. you have no understanding. In other words even if you destroy the whole of India we still have reach through our nuclear subs, that will be out of Pakistani and Chinese reach. So we could devastate you no matter what happens. Do you understand now? Duh!

    Recommend

  • Sunil
    Sep 27, 2014 - 10:38AM

    @Duraiz Mahmud: Do you think we do not know this? We are laughing at you guys. You think that all your attempts are going to help you? You are going broke and will not be able to keep up with us. Further use of just one nuclear weapon by Pakistan would mean total destruction of Pakistan. No matter if it was used for tactical purposes or not, we know this is the only way you can address the imbalance with the armed forces.

    Recommend

  • Jack Hoff
    Sep 27, 2014 - 11:53AM

    Made in China (Packed in Korea)

    Recommend

  • Karachi Wally
    Sep 27, 2014 - 12:19PM

    I am amazed at the naivety of people, commentators are trying their hand on something that is absolutely high tech and is part of modern war fare strategy. Including India & Pak, may be more than 150 countries of the world have not even seen such a war. Dawn may also consider closing the comments for such news items.

    Ever since birth of internet about 20 years back Indians and Pakistanis have used web pages to vent out and show anger, I think it is time to get more mature and stop rhetoric on each other. We can engage in more intellectual discourse and jointly solve issues.

    Recommend

  • Kamran
    Sep 27, 2014 - 12:43PM

    We are proud of our Pakistani Scientists working on Missile Technology.
    India may be going to Mars, but its missile program is a complete failure. Short range missile could be used to destroy enemy army’s ammunition and hideouts near borders.

    Recommend

  • khurram
    Sep 27, 2014 - 3:21PM

    All those in doubt about the missile capability of Pakistan must lay to rest their assumptions as assumptions are the mother of all _ups. Pakistan has over the time focused on development of this technology definitely with ToT in some cases but be rest assured that this is indigenous system and its predecessors too & regarding Chinese, they are not that open hearted in sharing technology unless its in their own interest. Dont want to go into detail of that argument. But Pakistan has struggled and over the time managed to build up an indigenous and credible arsenal.

    Recommend

  • Striver
    Sep 27, 2014 - 3:33PM

    @Feanor:
    Give credit where its due. I am trying to take the glory away from India. In fact I think they’ve done a great job.

    But we’re both coming up with amazing and unbelievable “facts”. Israel co-operation with India is clandestine. You may need to update your knowledge on this. I can give you some pointers.

    Recommend

  • Sunil
    Sep 28, 2014 - 3:41AM

    @Duraiz Mahmud: Do not worry we too have taken care of Pakistani strategies. With regards to Muslims going to Mars, in the Koran the Sun revolves around the Earth :) … I am sure you can reach Mars maybe a Mars bar / chocolate bar. Do you think in the long term we are going to let Pakistan and Bangladesh exist? If nuclear weapons are used 500 millions will be no more in South Asia, then the nuclear fall out will go all the way to Mecca. Muslims are at war the world over and we hear of arrests, in the UK, Australia, Spain, etc. Why all this hate?

    Recommend

  • IndianDude
    Sep 28, 2014 - 6:04AM

    ..Hatf-IX is a short range surface-to-surface air missile which is said to have nuclear capabilities with a maximum range of 60 kilometres…..

    60km range nuclear missile? Are you nuts? Have you heard of nuclear fallout? I have fired Diwali rockets that had similar range!

    Recommend

  • IndianDude
    Sep 28, 2014 - 6:10AM

    In their urgency to give muh tor jawab to the Indian mission to Mars, the pakistani space ‘scientists’ forgot to paint the missile green.

    Recommend

  • Sep 28, 2014 - 11:34AM

    @hella:
    It seems u do not know the conquerors and what they did not with Pakistan but the most tyrant ruler of the subcontinent called India. Then the reason of having 60 km range is also something which people who have to face it know that well.

    Recommend

  • asma
    Sep 29, 2014 - 7:33PM

    PK army zindabad, proud of our army :)

    Recommend

More in Pakistan

-->