India has been diverting nuclear materials to make weapons

Claudine Rigal
Mai 19, 2017

Pakistan today alleged that India has been diverting nuclear materials it had obtained for peaceful purposes under the NSG waiver to make weapons.

India is planning to change the demography in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) by stationing Hindu terrorist outfit RSS activists for converting the Muslim majority areas into minority, spokesperson for the Foreign Office, Nafees Zakaria, said during his weekly media briefing here Thursday.

"The concerns over diversion are neither new nor unfounded".

Amid heightened tension between the two neighbouring nations in the wake of the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, Pakistan has said that India is capable of producing 2600 nuclear weapons.

Responding to a question, the spokesperson said that media reports have raised concerns over the Indian imports of unsafeguarded nuclear material, reactors, plants and equipments from overseas.

The proliferation of nuclear weapons of India would disturb the strategic stability of South Asia and security of Pakistan, FO spokesperson was quoted as saying.

He claimed that many worldwide nuclear experts, think tanks and media reports in the past years have consistently raised concerns over the lack of transparency, absence of global safeguards, and the potential for diversion of unsafeguarded nuclear material for nuclear weapons in India.

The speakers said that it was need of the hour to approach the UN Human Rights Council to pressurize India to stop state terrorism in occupied Kashmir and resolve the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the aspirations of the Kashmiri people.

He said that RSS has been engaged in stationing its activists and establishing its units in IoK to undermine the freedom movement of the defenseless Kashmiris. They urged the world community to take notice of the grim human rights situation of the occupied territory.

Talking about the issue of medical visas by India, he said most patients who were travelling to India from Pakistan have serious ailments requiring urgent medical attention.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.

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