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    ISLAMABAD: After the finalization of nuclear deal between India and the United States, Pakistan has decided to accelerate the development of its nuclear and missile program and President Pervez Musharraf and the government in this regard have issued directives to the scientists and engineers of the country.
    Military sources said that Pakistan in the time to come would continue the testing of new missiles.

    Reliable sources further told Online that in the meeting of National Command and Control Authority, the matter of disturbance of strategic balance after Indo-US deal was discussed in detail and it was decided that Pakistan would continue the development of its nuclear and missile programme.

    The work on Khushab reactor would be speedup while new nuclear reactors would also be installed which number in range of four to five.

    Sources told that the government of Pakistan has rejected any US pressure in this regard and clarified that it would take all necessary steps to ensure its solidarity, defence and sovereignty and the strategic balance in the region would be maintained at all costs.

    The acquiring of latest technology would also be ensured and President General Pervez Musharraf in this regard has given go-ahead to Pakistani scientists aiming to continue the development of Pakistan nuclear and missile programme. The new missile tests would be held in September and October in which both ballistic and cruise missile would be tested and through these tests the strategic ability of Pakistan would be enhanced.

    Pakistan would also acquire assistance from countries having latest technology aiming to meet its increasing energy needs
     
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