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Pakistan should guarantee its nuclear weapons' safety

File photo of Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor at the celebration of Gunners Day in New Delhi. Image Credit: PTI

PUNE (PTI): General Deepak Kapoor, Chief of Army staff Sunday said it was imperative to guarantee that the command and control of Pakistan's nuclear weapons does not fall into "wrong hands".

"It is more important to have proper control over nuclear weapons and ensure that it does not go to wrong hands," said Deepak Kapoor.

Earlier media reports have said that the National Command Authority in Pakistan has been handed over to Pakistan Premier Yusouf Raza Gilani.

On Sino-India relationship, Kapoor said India has "good relations" with China. He also said that there was a mechanism in place to discuss the border dispute with that country. He was interacting with the media on the sidelines of NDA's passing out parade at Khadakwasla.

Kapoor asked the cadets to fully prepare themselves for a multi-dimensional and technology-driven "modern" warfare.

"Introduction of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons has transformed modern warfare in its range and tempo," he said.

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