ISLAMABAD: The International Workplace responding to worldwide media who misrepresented Prime Minister Imran Khan’s assertion as Pakistan would by no means use nuclear weapons first, has mentioned that there was no change in Pakistan’s nuclear coverage, ARY Information reported on Monday.
The International Workplace Spokesperson took to twitter saying, “Prime Minister’s feedback on Pakistan’s strategy in the direction of battle between two nuclear-armed states are being taken out of context.”
“Whereas battle shouldn’t happen between the 2 nuclear states, there was no change in Pakistan’s nuclear coverage,” it added.
Prime Minister’s feedback on Pakistan’s strategy in the direction of battle between two nuclear armed states are being taken out of context. Whereas battle shouldn’t happen between two nuclear states, there’s no change in Pakistan’s nuclear coverage.
— Dr Mohammad Faisal (@ForeignOfficePk) September 2, 2019
Earlier within the day, Prime Minister Imran Khan mentioned that minorities dwelling in India should not protected underneath the Modi authorities, who’s following the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) ideology.
“In the present day RSS is victimising Muslims and Christians in India and later it’ll even be concentrating on Dalits and Sikhs,” mentioned PM Khan whereas addressing Worldwide Sikh Conference in Lahore.
The prime minister mentioned that Pakistan provided India a number of occasions to resolve the long-standing problem of Kashmir with dialogue as wars should not an answer to any dispute.
“Kashmir battle may be resolved by means of dialogue, there can be no first from our facet, however Pakistan will give befitting response if India tries to impose conflict,” he added.