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28th May Pakistan Celebrates Youm e Takbeer Today
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28th May Pakistan Celebrates Youm e Takbeer Today 

On May 28, 1998, our beloved Pakistan conducted its first nuclear test, making it the first Islamic and the world’s seventh country to do so. Today, Pakistan commemorates Youm-e-Takbeer, the historic nuclear test that rendered Pakistan the world’s seventh nuclear nation and the first Muslim state to possess a nuclear arsenal in 1998.

Today is Youm-e-Takbeer in Pakistan, which was observed on May 28.

Special meetings, rallies, and conferences will be organized today to commemorate Youm-e-Takbeer Day positively.

Pakistan became the sixth country to openly test nuclear weapons: 14–15 On May 30, 1998, Pakistan conducted its second nuclear test, Chagai-II.

Chagai-I was Pakistan’s first nuclear weapons test in public. It was timed to coincide with India’s second nuclear test, Pokhran-II, on May 11 and 13, 1998.

History of Pakistan’s Nuclear Program

The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) entered into force on March 6, 1970, after the United States, the Soviet Union, and the United Kingdom deposited their ratification instruments. Pakistan is not a signatory to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.

Pakistan does not sign the NPT

New York Times, March 6, 1970, Information Bank Abstracts; Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe, March 6, 1970, 1970 Pakistan constructs a pilot-scale uranium ore concentration plant in Dera Ghazi Khan. The plant has a 10,000-pound-per-day capacity.

Long Road To Chagai, (Islamabad: 1999, Print Wise Publication), p. 69.20 December 1971. Shahid-ur-Rehman, “Roses do not bloom in D.G. Khan,” Long Road To Chagai, (Islamabad: 1999, Print Wise Publication), p. 69.

In Pakistan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto takes power. Bhutto assigns Munir Ahmad Khan, who is now working at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, to compile a report on Pakistan’s nuclear infrastructure as a first step toward establishing a nuclear weapons program.

“Z.A. Bhutto, A Man in a Hurry for the Bomb,” Long Road To Chagai, (Islamabad: Print Wise Publication, 1999), pp. 16-17. Shahid-ur-Rehman, “Z.A. Bhutto, A Man in a Hurry for the Bomb,” Long Road To Chagai, (Islamabad: 1999, Print Wise Publication), pp. 16-17. January 20, 1972

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto meets with prominent Pakistani nuclear scientists to explore the prospect of developing nuclear weapons. The meeting will take place in Multan at the house of Punjab Chief Minister Nawab Sadiq Qureshi. Scientists from the Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology (PINSTECH), the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC), Islamabad’s Quaid-e-Azam University, Lahore’s Government College, and the Defense Science and Technology Organization are among those invited (DESTO). Dr. Abdus Salam, a Nobel Laureate and former scientific advisor to the Pakistani government, will also be present.

Several scientists eagerly embrace the concept of the development of a nuclear weapon during the discussion. Bhutto supports the proposal and pledges that his government will devote “no facilities or funds” to a weapons program. He also wants the scientists to create a fission device in three years. Bhutto declared that Munir Ahmad Khan would succeed Dr. Usmani as Chairman of the PAEC near the end of the conference.

 

Today is Youm-e-Takbeer in Pakistan, which was observed on May 28.

After the assassination of Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Gen. Zia Ul Haq continued this mission, believing that it was in the country’s and the Pak Army’s best interests to defend themselves against arch-rival India. By the mid-80s, Pakistan was ready to test but postponed until the day India tested its second nuclear bomb in 1998, raising the threat level and leaving no choice but to test nuclear. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Nuclear Scientist Abdul Q.

 Youm e Takbeer

Previously, the world’s nuclear powers were the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, China, France, and India.

PML-N will hold special functions, seminars, conferences, and public meetings to emphasize Dr. Abdul Qadir Khan and Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif’s roles in nuclear detonations. However, history will show that Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and General Zia Ul Haq were instrumental in allowing Pakistan to observe Youm e Takbeer.

Radio Pakistan’s National Broadcasting Service, a dedicated current affairs station, would show special programming to commemorate the day’s euphoria.

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