Rajnath singh pakistan foreign minister shah mahmood qureshi major asif ghafoor kashmir nuclear weapons: On Friday, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh gave a big warning on the continuous nefarious activities going on from across Pakistan’s border. It was said that India can change its policy on nuclear weapons according to the situation. Now the Pakistan Foreign Minister and the army there has reacted to the statement of Rajnath Singh.
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that PM Narendra Modi has ruined Nehru’s India. India’s policy is revolving around the ‘Doval principle’. At the same time, Major General Asif Ghafur of the Pakistani Army said that yesterday Rajnath Singh gave a statement. We believe that there is no place for traditional warfare. But the way India is moving forward, we also cannot ignore the option. Major General Asif Gafoor said, “Kashmir is a nuclear point. The world needs to look at the statement made by the Defense Minister of India about the use of nuclear weapons.”
Kashmir committee meeting in Pakistan
On the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, the first meeting of the Kashmir Committee formed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan was held on Saturday. There are seven members in this committee. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan made this committee on August 6, when the Modi government decided to remove the important provisions of Article 370 applicable in Jammu and Kashmir.
The committee met under the chairmanship of Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi
The committee met under the chairmanship of Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Other members of the committee include ISI Head General Faiz Hameed Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed, Major General Asif Ghafoor, Law Matri Naseem, Special Adviser to Prime Minister Imran Khan Firdaus Ashiq, Attorney General Anwar Mansoor Khan.
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