Smiling Buddha - Aftermath - International Reaction - Pakistan

Pakistan

Pakistan did not view the test as a "peaceful nuclear explosion", and canceled talks scheduled for 10 June on normalization of relations. Pakistan's Prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto vowed in June 1974 that he would never succumb to "nuclear blackmail" or accept "Indian hegemony or domination over the subcontinent". The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Munir Ahmed Khan said that the test would force Pakistan to test its own nuclear bomb. Pakistan's leading nuclear physicist, Pervez Hoodbhoy, stated in 2011 that he believes the test "pushed further into the nuclear arena".

Read more about this topic:  Smiling Buddha, Aftermath, International Reaction

Other articles related to "pakistan":

2006 ICC Champions Trophy - Off The Field Issues
... Pakistan's team composition frequently changed the original captain Inzamam-ul-Haq was suspended following his decision to forfeit the fourth Test of Pakistan's match against ... On 16 October, the day before their first match, Pakistan fast bowlers Mohammad Asif and Shoaib Akhtar were sent home following a positive A sample of a drugs test ...
1998 In India - Events - October To December
... 18 October – Pakistan and India end their first peace talks in a year with agreement to meet again next February in New Delhi. 6 November – The first talks between India and Pakistan since 1992 over the disputed Siachen glacier end when Pakistan rejects an Indian proposal for a ceasefire ...
Indian Army - Conflicts and Operations - First Kashmir War (1947)
... Immediately after independence, tensions between India and Pakistan began to boil over, and the first of three full-scale wars between the two ... Since, Kashmir was Muslim majority state, Pakistan wanted to make Kashmir a Pakistani territory ... In 1948, Pakistan invaded Kashmir, as a result, Maharaja Hari Singh appealed to India, and to Lord Mountbatten of Burma, the Governor General, for help ...