'We also have option' Pak On Rajnath Singh's "nuclear" statement

Islamabad: Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday issued a stern warning against continued nefarious activities across Pakistan's border. Rajnath Singh had said that India can change its policy on nuclear weapons according to the situation. Now, there is a reaction from the Pakistan Foreign Minister and the Army to Rajnath Singh's statement.

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Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has destroyed Nehru's India. India's policy revolves around the Doval Doctrine. On the other hand, Pakistan Army Major General Asif Ghafoor said that Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh made a statement yesterday. We believe that there is no room for conventional war, but the way India is moving forward, we cannot ignore the option.

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Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said, "Kashmir is a nuclear point. On the other hand, the world needs to look at the statement made by India's Defence Minister using nuclear weapons. On the other hand, the first meeting of the Kashmir Committee set up by Pakistan's PM Imran Khan on the Jammu and Kashmir issue was held on Saturday, with seven members on the issue.

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