Youm-e-Takbeer 28 May, the day when Pakistan became a Nuclear Power after successfully testing five atomic detonations in 1998. Today our military has pledged to make Pakistan a stronger country, with its military and economy. In 2018, May 28 marks the 20th anniversary of nuclear tests, which made us the world’s 7th nuclear nation and the 1st Islamic Atomic power.
Pakistan Has Complete Control Over Its Atomic Weapons
The nuclear test was conducted in Rasko Hills of Chaghi district of Balochistan on May 28, 1998 in the response of nuclear explosions done by India threating the security of Pakistan.
At the same time, Pakistan remains confident of its ability to deny space for any misadventure against the backdrop of rapidly expanding nuclear and conventional forces in its neighbourhood, deployment of BMD and pursuit of aggressive security doctrines and developing force postures.
Pakistan Can Become a Mini Super Power by 2025
Pakistan is proud of its accomplishment in utilizing nuclear technology for peace and progress. Nuclear Technology has been beneficial in the sectors of medicine, health, agriculture, industry and power generation. As a country with advanced nuclear technology, Pakistan seeks to play its role as a mainstream partner around globe holding nuclear power.
Pakistan is looking forward to expand the scope of its international collaboration for meeting the rules of law and to develop social and economic needs of people. Pakistan has also desired to join Nuclear Supplies Group and to export to different countries.
Pakistan gave a clear message to the world that Pakistan is a peace making country as it will not compromise on its defense needs and it will be ready for any kind of challenge. For latest news keep on visiting our online platform on daily basis.