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Pakistan’s boast about showing nuclear weapons again, challenge given to India.

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After a recent comment by Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, Pakistan has been threatened with nuclear strikes.
Pakistan once again tried to threaten India with its nuclear weapons. Pakistan Army has said that India should not face any kind of adversity and the main objective of the country’s nuclear weapons is to thwart any danger coming from East (India).

This comment from the Pakistani army came after the recent remarks made by Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat in which he had said that the army had to respond to Pakistan’s “counterterrorism war” and on the sayings of the government Is also ready to cross the border for the campaign.

Warned against any mischief

Pakistani Army spokesman Major General Asif Gafoor warned against making any indecision to India. They told PTV, the official channel of Pakistan, ‘This is to choose them. If they want to see our resolve, then try your own efforts. ‘

Gafoor said that Pakistan has a credible nuclear capability to deal with any threat that comes exclusively from the East. However, it also said, “But we feel that this is not an option, but a weapon of resistive ability.” He is blocking our reliable nuclear weapons resistance because there is no scope for war between two nuclear power-rich nations. ‘

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat warned

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat had said that if the government says the army is ready to defame Pakistan’s nuclear blows and cross the border for any campaign. We will challenge Pakistan’s nuclear weapons. The army chief said that if we really had to face Pakistanis and we were given such a task, then we would not say that we can not cross the border because their (Pakistan) has nuclear weapons. We have to defy the things of their nuclear weapons.

Pak Foreign Minister told the statement irresponsible

On this statement, Pakistani Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif wrote on Twitter: “The statement of the Indian army chief is very irresponsible, it is an invitation to invite a nuclear attack. If they (India) want this then we too are ready for this. Insha Allah … soon the army chief’s misconception will be overcome. ‘

Threats have already been given before the nuclear attack

Let us tell you that in the interview given to a private Pakistani TV channel in September last year, Khwaja had said, “If our security is threatened and someone steps on our land, we will not miss it, if needed, nuclear attack on India Too.