Pakistan Cyber Force: Indian Missile Akash Fails; Falls Down after Launch

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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Indian Missile Akash Fails; Falls Down after Launch

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BALASORE: Misfortune struck the Akash missile project once again during a user specific trial from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) off the Odisha coast on Monday. The missile reportedly fell down immediately after taking off from the road mobile launcher causing embarrassment for the DRDO. It was the missile’s third trial of the six-trial series.

Sources said the Indian Armed forces had planned twin trials of the missile back-to-back within a gap of one minute to gauge its effectiveness and killing efficiency. As "claimed" by the DRDO, the Akash missile system has a passive phased array radar called Rajendra which is capable of tracking as many as 64 targets and controlling up to 12 missiles simultaneously. It is important to point out that Akash Missile system has an unending history of failures after failures but India's war crazy government is just not ready to give the project up when more than half of its population doesn't have access to clean drinking water.
Mildly edited by Pakistan Cyber Force Web Desk
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