`Pak nuclear missiles are horses; India’s donkeys’
The Nation editor-in-chief claims Pak missiles would beat those of India.
Lahore: Pakistan’s nuclear missiles are superior to those possessed by India, The Nation editor-in-chief and Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust chairman Majid Nizami has claimed.
“Our missiles are like horses (In the words of the Holy Quran) and theirs are like donkeys,” The Nation quoted Nizami, as saying at an Iqbal Day function.
He said that Pakistan’s missiles would beat those of India in case of war, provided Pakistani keep themselves high, as advised by the late Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal, the official poet of the country.
“We should act upon the philosophy of Allama Muhammad Iqbal and teaching of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to protect our independence and sovereignty”, he added.
Pakistan’s Commerce Secretary Zafar Mahmood had said earlier this week that India had offered cheap electricity to Pakistan to help it overcome the lingering load-shedding problem, adding that Pakistan was seriously considering the Indian offer.
Nizami said that India was planning to build hydel projects on Kashmir rivers to sell electricity to Pakistan, adding: “Our Trade Secretary has shamefully said Pakistan will consider the offer.”
“We curse on electricity coming from India”, he averred.
Nizami also said that the Pakistan resolution was adopted in 1940 on the basis of Iqbal’s Two-Nation Theory, and alleged that the Hindu Banya did not accept Pakistan by heart and conspired to dismember it in 1971 by converting East Pakistan into Bangladesh.
He further alleged that India was now targeting Pakistan in connivance with the United States and Israel.
Pakistan is the only Islamic power with atom bomb, and it is the duty of Pakistanis to break the hands of India, he added.