Akstan successfully tests ballistic Ghaznavi missile
Ghaznavi missiles up to 290 km from the ground
Will hit the ground, ballistic missiles are capable of carrying nuclear and conventional weapons. ISPR
Olpandi (Urdupoint newspaper latest. 03 February 2021) Pakistan successfully tested ballistic Ghaznavi missile, Ghaznavi missile will hit 290 km from the ground to the ground, ballistic missile is capable of carrying nuclear weapons. According to the Pakistan Army Public Relations Department (ISPR), Pakistan has successfully tested a 290-kilometer surface-to-surface ballistic Ghaznavi missile capable of carrying nuclear weapons.
Performed through annual field training exercises. The Commander Army Strategic Forces observed the experiment and appreciated the team’s performance. A team of scientists and engineers were also present. The President, the Prime Minister and the military leadership congratulated the scientists and engineers on the successful experiment.
Expressing happiness over the successful test of Ghaznavi missile, the leadership said that scientists and engineers have played a key role in the success of the missile test.
Earlier on January 20, Pakistan had also successfully tested the Shaheen 3 missile. The surface-to-surface Shaheen 3 ballistic missile has a range of 2,750 km. The missile test tested the technical parameters of the weapon system, the missile successfully hit the target in the Arabian Sea.
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Under the bill, the decision of the Central Route Hilal Committee will be implemented throughout Pakistan, the federal cabinet approved.
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ISLAMABAD: The Federal Cabinet has passed a bill to impose a fine of Rs 500,000
imprisonment on the private sighting of the moon to end the dispute over the moon on the occasion of Ramadan and Eid every year in the country. Approved According to media sources, the federal cabinet meeting approved a total of three bills of the Ministry of Religious Affairs, one of which will impose a fine of Rs 500,000 and imprisonment in case of private sighting of the next moon in the country. Under the bill, the decision of the Central Route Hilal Committee will be implemented throughout Pakistan.
It was informed that the Federal Cabinet also approved the Ruwit-e-Hilal Committee 2020 and the Muslim Family Law Bill 2020. Besides, during the meeting, the Federal Cabinet also approved the Printing of the Holy Quran Amendment Bill. It was directed to ensure the use of standard paper in the Qur’an while a Qur’an board would also be constituted, along with fines and penalties for substandard printing of the Qur’an under the amendment bill.
It should be noted here that due to differences in the country on the occasion of the sighting of the moon on the occasion of Ramadan and Adin every year, there has been a problem in celebrating the religious festival in Pakistan every year on the same day. Science and Technology has also taken steps, including launching a mobile application to ensure the sighting of the moon on a scientific basis.
In this regard, it has now come to light that the federal cabinet has decided to impose a fine of Rs. Passed the bill, under which the implementation of the decision of the Central Route Hilal Committee will be ensured throughout Pakistan.