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.