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Pakistan rejects Indian media studies calling BrahMos missile firing incident ‘not cause of concern’

by Pakistan Latest News Update

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has rejected Indian media studies misquoting the worldwide nuclear watchdog as saying that it didn’t see the unintentional firing of cruise missile as any reason behind ‘specific concern’.

In a press launch, a Overseas Workplace spokesperson rejected studies on the BrahMos missile incident, calling it a disingenuous try and absolve India of its irresponsible nuclear habits.

FO mentioned the report misquoted the Atomic Power Company official’s assertion by saying the occasion was of no specific concern to his group and clarified that ‘the available transcripts show that DG IAEA responded in the negative when asked whether the watchdog had sought information from the Indian government on the incident.’

IAEA official’s response was deliberately misinterpreted to minimize the incident of a nuclear-capable BrahMos missile hearth with grave implications for regional and world safety, it added.

Pakistan additional known as on New Delhi to reply questions concerning the underlying intentions, technical options, and reliability of the missile system, security, safety and nuclear command and management protocols in wake of a number of incidents of nuclear and radioactive materials theft and illicit trafficking.

Earlier in March, Pakistan navy spokesperson addressed a press convention in Rawalpindi. The navy spokesperson mentioned a projectile entered the Pakistani airspace and induced some harm to surrounding areas after it fell close to Mian Channu within the Khanewal district.

Pakistan known as for a joint investigation to precisely set up the information surrounding the incident a day after the Indian ministry of defence mentioned it by accident fired a missile.

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