Pakistan rejects Indian media’s claim of possible seizure of radioactive material

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan rejects Indian media’s claim of possible seizure of radioactive material.
Rejecting the media reports, he termed it as untrue, baseless, ridiculous and part of the traditional ploy of Indian media to discredit Pakistan and mislead the international community.

According to a statement issued by Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar, Pakistan has cited Indian media reports of “possible seizure of radioactive material” by Indian port authorities at the Indian port of Mandira from commercial shipping containers bound for Shanghai from Karachi port. ۔

The spokesman said that in this regard, the officials of Karachi Nuclear Power Plant informed that these were empty containers returned to China which were used to supply fuel for K2 and K3 nuclear power plants, nuclear energy in K2 and K3 nuclear power plants. The fuel is used in accordance with the safety standards of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

The spokesman said the containers were empty and the cargo was rightly described in the shipping documents as “unsafe and harmless”. It is a traditional ploy to discredit Pakistan and mislead the international community.

The spokesman said that fake reports of Indian media on customs matters were a malicious attempt to divert attention to IAEA security standards in order to discredit Pakistan over its nuclear program.

On the other hand, important circles have expressed concern that this mischief on the part of India seems to be part of a big game for which Pakistan has to be careful. Feeling the boom of conspiracy, may Allah protect Pakistan from any kind of conspiracy.

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