Shaheen-3 Dera fell under Bugti's residence which devastated many houses and injured many people

The Balochistan Republican Party said that Shaheen-3 Dera fell under Bugti’s residence which devastated many houses and injured many people. The Balochistan Republican Party tweeted that the Pakistani Army successfully test-fired Shaheen-3 on Wednesday, the missile was fired from the Rakhi area of ​​Dera Ghazi Khan and fell into the residential area in Bugti.

Pakistan on Wednesday announced the successful test of the Shaheen-3 missile. According to information provided by Pakistan, Shaheen-3 is a ballistic missile. The Pakistan Army said on Wednesday that Shaheen-3 is modern in terms of technology and weapon systems.

After the successful test of Shaheen-3, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated his scientists for taking it. However, the successful trial on Wednesday was mired in controversy following an incident. This ballistic missile was tested from Dera Ghazi Khan of Balochistan.

Balochistan Republican Party spokesman Sher Mohammad Bugti also said that people were injured during the missile test. He tweeted that the Pakistan Army has made Balochistan a laboratory. These missiles were fired in the presence of common people. Dozens of houses were destroyed and many injured.

Shaheen-3 Dera fell under Bugti's residence which devastated many houses and injured many people
Shaheen-3 Dera fell under Bugti’s residence which devastated many houses and injured many people

Bugti said in her second tweet that Balochistan is our motherland, it is not a laboratory. We want to raise our voice against this action of Pakistan. Shaheen-3 missile has a strike range of 2,750 km, considered by the Pakistan Army.

Officials in Pakistan told the Express Tribune that the test has been carried out under the policy of self-defense and that its main center is India. Pakistan successfully test-fired the missile just hours before Joe Biden’s swearing-in ceremony. Pakistan wants the Biden administration to pressurize the Indian government to start talks with Pakistan.