Pakistan will make no deal on its nuclear program: Sharif
While interacting with media in London, the Pakistan premier reminded he was the head of government that ordered testing nuclear bombs in 1999 and said even today his government will safeguard the interests of Pakistan in any case.
In response to some US media reports of demands to limit Pakistan’s nuclear assets, he asserted: “Pakistan will make no deal on its nuclear program.”
Speaking about China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), PM Sharif said there is no pressure on Pakistan with regard to the CPEC and that several projects linked with it have already been initiated.
PM Nawaz Sharif Media Talk in London 19 October… by arynews
The prime minister said instead of acquiring court stay, we opted to go for election in NA-122 and succeeded, while in Okara the candidate of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) had his security bond confiscated by the election commission.
He also expressed his wish to provide the right of vote to overseas Pakistanis.