Islamabad: Pakistan has blamed India on Friday for redirecting atomic materials it had gotten for quiet purposes under the Nuclear Suppliers Group waiver to make weapons.
Outside Office representative Nafees Zakaria on Thursday told journalists that Pakistan has been underscoring for quite a long time the dangers of preoccupation by India of imported atomic fuel, gear and innovation, got according to common atomic collaboration understandings and the 2008 NSG waiver.
“The worries over preoccupation are neither new nor unwarranted. India appreciates the uncommon refinement of occupying atomic material, acquired on its serene utilize duty, to its atomic weapons program,” he said.
“The past and potential abuse of atomic materials by India involves difficult issues of atomic multiplication as well as convey grave ramifications for key steadiness in South Asia and national security of Pakistan,” he affirmed.
Zakaria additionally said media reports and papers substantiate a generally to a great extent “disregarded reality” that India’s atomic weapons program is the quickest developing on the planet.
Discussing a paper as of late discharged by Harvard Kennedy School, he said that this paper and other a few reports certify developing concerns identified with the utilization of atomic material procured by India from abroad in its current and future non-protected atomic reactors, plants and offices for improvement of atomic weapons.
“The current Belfer paper bury alia infers that India has amassed atomic material for more than 2600 atomic weapons,” he said.
He said that NSG states have a duty to consider these very much established concerns while considering exchange of atomic material to India and its NSG participation offer.
He asserted that numerous worldwide atomic specialists, think tanks and media reports in the previous years have reliably raised worries over the absence of straightforwardness, nonappearance of global protections, and the potential for preoccupation of non-defended atomic material for atomic weapons in India.
Zakaria additionally said that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was setting up units in Kashmir, which were overseen by non-Kashmiri activists.
“Their expanding nearness in (Kashmir)is to threaten Kashmiris and stop them from taking an interest in the self-assurance development,” he charged.
Zakaria approached the universal group to pay heed to the circumstance in Kashmir and denounced the prohibition via web-based networking media and TV diverts in the valley.
He said Pakistan stretches out full collaboration to United Nations Military Observers in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) in checking circumstance at stake of Control and the Working Boundary.
Discussing the issue of restorative visas by India, he said most patients who were setting out to India from Pakistan have genuine illnesses requiring dire therapeutic consideration.
“In spite of paying for their treatment themselves, these patients are being denied of their fundamental ideal to wellbeing, because of political thought with respect to India,” he said.
“While giving or denying a visa is a sovereign right of any nation, this Indian move is extraordinary in between state relations,” he said.