Pakistan is testing missiles despite not being able to treat patients in the Corona crisis

Bengali Hunt Desk: The Pakistan Navy successfully tested anti-ship missiles in the North Sea on Saturday. A spokesman for the Pakistan Navy said. Navy spokesman Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said the missile was fired from a ship and a rotary wing aircraft.

He said in a statement that Navy Chief Admiral Mehmood Abbasi was present during the test. According to the statement, the missiles were fired from naval warships and aircraft.

Officials said the successful test of the missile would further enhance the naval capabilities of the Pakistan Navy. Admiral Abbasi said the Pakistani navy was fully capable of responding to enemy attacks, and successful tests of the missile proved that.

Relations between India and Pakistan have deteriorated since the Indian government lifted Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir last year. Pakistan severed political ties with India and expelled the Indian High Commissioner. India also severed many trade ties with Pakistan after the Pulwama attack and increased tariffs on goods from Pakistan by 200 per cent.

Don't be the biggest problem of Pakistan at this time. And at the same time, Pakistan's missile test has become eye-catching to the people of its own country. Because Pakistan does not have enough test kits and ventilators, nor coronation protection equipment.

Doctors in Pakistan had recently staged a massive protest against the non-availability of PPE kits. But Pakistan is busy testing missiles without looking at it.