Bankrupt Pakistan successfully conducts its ‘Ghauri’ missile test

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Rawalpindi (Pakistan) – Pakistan successfully test-fired the ‘Ghauri’ missile on 24th October. This missile has a range of up to 1,300 km. This missile was also tested 5 years ago. Pakistan has repeatedly claimed that this missile can carry nuclear weapons weighing up to 700 kg. Along with this, it is said that these missiles have been deployed at 6 places on the Indian border between the cities of Karachi and Sialkot. From there it is also said to be able to target Indian cities like Jalandhar, Jaisalmer, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Nagpur and Chennai. A few days ago, on 18th October, a missile called ‘Ababeel’ was tested. This test was unsuccessful.

Editorial Perspective

When a country faces a famine, its priority is to get out of it and usually spends its budget to get out of this situation. Since Pakistan rabidly hates India, instead of trying to come out of its crisis, they are trying to go Nuclear. India should teach Pakistan such a lesson that it will never forget it as long as it exists.