RAWALPINDI - The metal parts found in a remote area of Dadu, as reported in the media, were part of the motor body, which separated from the Hatf-V (Ghauri) missile as planned. ­A spokesman for the ISPR said that the Hatf-V missile test conducted on Wednesday was a complete success. The missile during its flight remained within the designated flight path and corridor.

The metal parts found in a remote area of Dadu were part of the motor body, which separated from the missile as planned, well within the safety corridor, he said.

It was ensured that at no point, would human life or property be at risk. There is no cause for alarm or concern, the spokesman added.