India Rejects Pakistan's Claim of  Secret Nuclear City
India Rejects Pakistan's Claim of  Secret Nuclear City

India Rejects Pakistan's Claim of Secret Nuclear City

India Rejects Pakistan's Claim of Secret Nuclear City

India's Ministry of External Affairs rubbished Pakistan's claims that India is building a secret nuclear city in the south of India and developing an inter-continental ballistic missile.
Reacting to the Pakistan Foreign Office statement, the Indian ministry's spokesperson told media that these are completely baseless allegations. "The so-called secret city appears to be a figment of Pakistan imagination. India has always been in compliance with all its international obligations," Sputnik quoted Vikas Swarup as saying.
"This is a very strange statement coming from a country that (a) does not have a separation plan and (b) has a strong record of proliferation, which is well known to the world. India has very different credentials. So clearly this shows a lack of comprehension."
Swarup noted that this is a diversity tactic by Pakistan, which aims to deflect attention from the real issue at hand—the continued state sponsorship of terrorism by Pakistan and its harboring of internationally designated terrorists.
Earlier on Thursday, Pakistan claimed that India is building a secret nuclear city in its southern part.
"India is building a secret nuclear city. It has accumulated a stockpile of nuclear weapons which threatens to undermine the strategic balance of power in the region," Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said.

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