Ghaznavi Direct Signalling by Pak on India’s NFU Ambiguity

Pakistan has selected to test the Ghaznavi a short range solid fuelled, road mobile ballistic missile for deeper nuclear signalling at a time when India has indicated NFU could be reviewed.  Hindustan Times reported that on 26 August Pakistan informed India about the test of short-range ballistic missile Ghaznavi in Sindh on 29 August (today). India Pakistan agreement on missile testing signed on 03 October 2005 requires prior information for such a launch, “no less than three days in advance of commencement of a five day launch window,” within which the test is carried out of a land or sea launched, surface-to surface ballistic missile...............Suffice to say nuclear signalling in the current context with heightened tensions in the wake of Pakistan’s attempt to internationalise Kashmir is best avoided and it is hoped that leadership on both sides refrain from further rhetoric as enough options for muscle flexing are available devoid of the Armageddon that comes with atomic bombs....................

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