Post Uri attacks, Pakistan threatens India with nuclear weapons
New Delhi : In a bid to stop India's strong action against Pakistan's negligence to combat terrorism, Pakistani defence minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Wednesday said that Islamabad is open to using tactical devices if it feels its safety is in danger.
He spoke to Pakistani TV channel SAMAA on the back drop of Uri attacks and India's boycott for the 19th SAARC Summit.
Earlier, he had claimed the same comment on Geo TV on September 17, a day before India faced militant attack on Uri Army base.
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# Pakistan defence minister now threatens India with their nuclear weapons
# Khawaja Muhammad Asif in an interview claimed Islamabad is open to using tactical devices against India.
# The latest comments come soon after Uri attack, in which 18 Indian soldiers had lost their lives.
# He had claimed in a Geo News interview also that Pakistan won't hesitate in using the nuclear weapon against India.