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No-one can dare attack Pak: PM

Pak Army successfully test-fires Hataf-V missile
PM says nukes safe, no aggression against anyone
ISLAMABAD: Congratulating on the launch of Ghauri Hataf V missile, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons are safe, fully secure and under a multi-layered command and control system. He said that Pakistan was a responsible nation with an extremely reliable nuclear capability and Pakistan didn’t harbour any aggressive designs against anyone.
Addressing the launching ceremony of the missile, he said that such exercises were an annual training feature for all missile groups of Army Strategic Force Command.
“The test amply demonstrates the credibility of our minimum deterrence strategy, which is the cornerstone of our security policy and ensures peace in the region”, he said.
He said that it also sent the right signals internationally that Pakistan’s defence capability was impregnable and should never be challenged.

Gilani said that he would like to compliment the dedicated efforts of the scientists and engineers of KRL and NESCOM for producing and delivering the highly sophisticated and extremely accurate delivery systems which have strengthened Pakistan’s security.
PM said, “I can say on behalf of all Pakistanis that we are indeed highly appreciative of the motivated and patriotic work of our scientists and engineers.”
He said that he must also acknowledged the central role of SPD, which, as the Secretariat of the National Command Authority, was the cementing and driving force behind all the work and therefore my compliments to the SPD for continuously striving to consolidate, strengthen and enhance the nation’s strategic capabilities in all dimensions.
He said that he further reassured on the very professionally satisfying occasion that the Pakistani nation and the government stand fully behind its armed forces and support its’ nuclear and missile programme.
Meanwhile, Pakistan successfully conducted the training launch of medium range ballistic missile Hataf-V (Ghauri). The launch was conducted by the Strategic Missile Group of the Army Strategic Force Command on the culmination of a field training exercise that was aimed at testing the operational readiness of the Army Strategic Force. Ghauri ballistic missile is a liquid fuel missile which can carry both conventional and nuclear warheads over a distance of 1300-kms. According to ISPR, launch was witnessed by Prime Minister Gilani, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Khalid Shamim Wyne, Director General Strategic Plans Division, Lieutenant General Khalid Ahmed Kidwai (Retired) and other senior military officers and scientists. -Agencies


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