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Abdali-I Hatf-II
Abdali missile during national day parade Type

Short range ballistic missile (SRBM)

Service history
Inservice Usedby Since 1996


Production history
Manufacturer Space Research Commission

Weight Length Diameter Warhead Engine Operational range Guidance system Launch platform 1,750 kg 9.75 m 0.56 m Single Conventional HE/NE 500Kg Single stage solid propellant 180 km Inertial, Terminal transporter erector launcher (TEL)

Abdali-I (Codename: Hatf-II; named after the Afghan king Ahmad Shah Abdali, the founder of the Durrani Empire) is a supersonic short-range ballistic missile (SRBM) developed by the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), and currently in operational service with the Pakistan Armed Forces.[2] The Abdali program was conceived and originally designed by the Space Research Commission in 1990s. The program's first derivative was originally designed as the two-stage version of the Hatf-I, essentially a solid-propellant stage was attached to the bottom of a Hatf-I.[3] However, the program was canceled in 1994, likely due to the purchase of the M-11 missiles from the Peoples Republic of China.[3][4] In 1995, SUPARCO successfully persuaded and designed a new module for the Abdali program which was started the same year.


Design and Specification

Its accuracy is sufficient for use against military targets such as bases or airfields. It is carried on a road mobile Transporter-Erector-Launcher (TEL) vehicle. The use of solid propellant and the TEL vehicle make the missile easy to store, transport and fire.[3] The Abdali-I has a range of 180km and an accuracy of 15 m CEP.[3] It is equipped with an inertial guidance system with terminal guidance. It can be equipped with a variable payload up to 500kg, and can carry single HE explosive or cluster sub-munition warheads. It has a launch weight of 1,750kg. It uses a single-stage solid propellant engine and has a length of 9.75 m and a width of 0.56 m. Abdali is nuclear capable.[3]

Development History and Current Status

The original Abdali-I missile started development in 1987 and was first displayed in 1989. Another consideration may have been the purchase from China of the M-11 missiles with similar capabilities.[3] Since the program was restarted with a new design in 1997, it has been flight tested in 2002, 2005 and 2006.[5][6] Abdali is currently deployed and under production.[2][7]

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