Pakistan News / When will Pakistan improve, now it has given a ridiculous statement on the use of nuclear weapons

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 30, 2024, 08:18 PM
Pakistan News: People in Pakistan are not getting enough food, people are suffering from inflation, the prices of flour are skyrocketing... but amidst all this, Pakistan does not miss any opportunity to show and tell that it is a nuclear country. Now once again Pakistan has shown its nuclear power. A former senior officer of the Pakistani army has said that Pakistan does not follow the 'policy of not using nuclear weapons first' and the country is capable of facing all the threats of the enemy through deterrent military capabilities.

Pakistan's stand clear

The former army officer has also clarified Pakistan's stand regarding the use of nuclear weapons. Advisor to the National Command Authority Lieutenant General (Retired) Khalid Ahmed Kidwai was addressing a seminar organized at the 'Center for International Strategic Studies' (CISS) on the occasion of Youm-e-Takbir, the 26th anniversary of Pakistan's nuclear test. Where he said these things. Pakistan conducted nuclear tests

Let us tell you that, in response to the Pokhran nuclear test of the Indian Army, Pakistan conducted six nuclear tests on May 28, 1998 by digging a deep tunnel in the remote Chagai mountain of Balochistan province. This successful nuclear test of Pakistan is called "Yaum-e-Takbir".

Pakistan's strategy

According to the news of 'Dawn' newspaper, Kidwai said, "Pakistan does not have a policy of 'No First Use' (NFU) in the case of nuclear weapons. NFU policy is a commitment not to use nuclear weapons first. Pakistan has traditionally maintained ambiguity about its NFU policy.

Peace established in the region

According to the news of the government news agency 'Associated Press of Pakistan' (APP), Kidwai said that the Pakistani army is capable of facing all the threats of the enemy country through the available resistance capabilities. "In the last few decades, Pakistan's strong nuclear capability has ensured peace in the region," he said. Kidwai also hinted at the use of emerging technologies to strengthen the country's nuclear programme.