ISLAMABAD: The Intelligence Agencies of Pakistan have in a report informed the government that the recently signed accord is no guarantee that India would refrain from attacking Pakistan’s nuclear installations. The report points out that anti-Pakistan forces have come together and they are likely to use sophisticated weapons to blow up the Atomic plants.

Pakistan signed an accord with India last month in which the two countries agreed not to attack each other’s Atomic installations. Following the report, Pakistan has tightened the security around its Atomic plants.

Article extracted from this publication >>  January 20, 1989