Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today said Pakistan was not enthusiastic about joining a weapons contest but rather will find a way to keep up territorial equalization of force. "Pakistan does not have any desire to join the weapons contest in the area, be that as it may, will keep on ensuring parity in the district," Sharif said in a message issued on 'Safeguard Day' denoted each year to celebrate the 1965 war with India.
"We have accomplished confidence underway of cutting edge weapons and our atomic ability is the sign of our solid guard," he said. Harping on the Kashmir issue, Sharif said it ought to be determined by resolutions. "We have an unmistakable position on Kashmir and trust that the arrangement of this issue just lies in execution of the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council and as per the desires of Kashmiri individuals," he said.
President, in a different message, said Pakistan's military are completely arranged to shield the country. "The sixth September is a breakthrough in our history when 51 years back Pakistan Army and the whole country ourageously safeguarded the country against the foe hostility," the President said.