Lahore, May 28 (PTI) Pakistan celebrated the 21st anniversary of its nuclear test on Tuesday, and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who was jailed on this occasion, said that his decision to make the country’s nuclear power rich in its security was “unbeatable” made.
Pakistan on May 28, 1998, conducted five nuclear tests in Chigi of Balochistan province, as the Prime Minister of Sharif. Since then, this day is celebrated in Pakistan as Yom-e-Tabbir.
A few days after India successfully tested nuclear tests in Pokaran on May 11, 1998, Pakistan also conducted a nuclear test. In a message shared by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Supremo, the party’s Twitter handle, said, “May 28 is a date never forgetting in Pakistan’s history.
On this day, Pakistan’s security was invincible when Pakistan emerged as a nuclear power on the map of the world.