Pakistan Would Not Use Nuclear Weapons First, Says PM Khan
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Pakistan Would Not Use Nuclear Weapons First, Says PM Khan

Pakistan Would Not Use Nuclear Weapons First, Says PM Khan

Pakistan Would Not Use Nuclear Weapons First, Says PM Khan

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan while addressing a convention of Sikh community, highlighted his apprehensions related to the prevalent situation in Kashmir. He requested all the guests to raise their voice against the Indian PM Modi’s current ideology, as according to khan, it is not only a threat for the region but also for the entire world.

“Pakistan and India, both being nuclear-armed countries can pose a serious threat to the world if tensions between the two increase. The world could be in danger.” this was all that Khan to say. But he assured that there will be no first from the Pakistani side ever. “Pakistan would not use nuclear weapons first,” Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday, September 3.

Amid tensions with arch-rival India after New Delhi revoked the special status of its part of the disputed Kashmir region, Pakistan has urged the word powers and international peace organizations to come forward and show their support for the cause. Khan underlined the fact that no one who has any humanity can tolerate what is happening in Kashmir at this time. Tension remains high in Kashmir, where security forces have used tear gas against stone-throwing protesters and the valley remains under lockdown after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to withdraw special rights for the Muslim-majority state on August 5.

Post the convention, PM Imran Khan’s speech has given fuel to various controversies and his comments are being misinterpreted by the international and Indian media. To clear the misunderstandings, the foreign ministry’s spokesman said on Twitter that the comments were being taken out of context and did not represent a change in Pakistan’s nuclear policy. “Prime Minister’s comments on Pakistan’s approach towards conflict between the two nuclear armed states are being taken out of context. While conflict should not take place between two nuclear states, there’s no change in Pakistan’s nuclear policy.” Said the foreign ministry’s representative.

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