Pakistan Parliament passes anti- India resolutions
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani parliament on Thursday adopted unanimous resolutions condemning statements of Indian leaders threatening to carryout the Myanmar-type strikes inside Pakistan as “provocative”.
Terming the recent statements by the Indian leadership as “irresponsible”, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Thursday that the atmosphere for relations between the two nuclear-armed neighbours has been hampered even as the country’s parliament passed resolutions against India.
Pakistan’s nukes not for Shab-e-Baraat: Musharraf
“We do not want to use nuclear capability but if our existence comes under threat, who do we have these nuclear weapons for? If I say in Chaudhary Shujaat’s style, do we have nukes saved to be used on Shab-e-Baraat?” he told Dunya News.
“Don’t attack us, don’t challenge our territorial integrity because we are not a small power, we’re a major and nuclear power. Don’t push us,” added 71-year-old Musharraf.