Pakistan Nuclear Program: PM Shahbaz said on Pakistan’s most powerful Shaheen missile – will not compromise

Pakistan Most Powerful Missile: At present, a situation of confusion has arisen in front of Pakistan which is facing political and economic crisis. Actually, people in Pakistan are worried about inflation. People have to buy food items at higher prices.  Pakistan’s debt burden is continuously increasing. In order to recover from the debt, the Shahbaz government has been seeking loans from the International Monetary Fund for the past several months, but instead of giving loans to Pakistan, the IMF has demanded to stop the construction of long-range nuclear missiles.

‘Our nuclear weapons are under multi-layered security cover’
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has responded by tweeting on the stubborn demand of the IMF. He wrote in his tweet, "The misleading speculation about Pakistan’s nuclear and missile program is unfortunate. Our nuclear and missile programs are protected by a stringent, full-proof and multi-layered security framework duly certified by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency). Our nuclear program represents the nation’s unwavering commitment to deterrence."

The misleading speculations about Pakistan’s nuclear & missile programs are unfortunate. The strict, fool-proof & Multi-layered security safeguards, duly certified by the IAEA, are in place. Our nuclear program represents the unwavering consensus of the nation & is for deterrence.

— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) March 16, 2023

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had given the answer
Earlier, Pakistan’s Finance Minister Ishaq Dar called the new demand of the International Monetary Fund to stop the construction of long-range nuclear missiles as ‘unethical attitude’. ‘ was agreed upon. He has insisted that no one has the right to dictate to a country what nuclear weapons it can have.

Minister Ishaq Dar, speaking at a special session of the Senate in front of foreign ambassadors, said that Pakistan has its own deterrence capability and will not allow any outside body to decide what kind of missiles the country can have. Ishaq Dar said, "No one has any right to tell Pakistan what range of missiles it can have and what nuclear weapons it can have. We have to defend ourselves."

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