India’s missile test may lead to unexpected complications: Aziz

India’s missile test may lead to unexpected complications: Aziz
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India's recent test-firing of an anti-ballistic missile system may give it a "false sense" of security but could lead to "unexpected complications", Pakistan's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has warned. Expressing serious concern over the May 15 successful test-firing of indigenously developed supersonic interceptor missile capable of destroying any incoming ballistic missile from a test range off Odisha coast, Aziz said such actions are contrary to India's policy of a friendly neighbourhood. The criticism came in yesterday's Senate meeting, the Express Tribune reported today.

"Massive conventional nuclear and missile development programmes pursued by India are now leading to nuclearisation of the Indian Ocean," Aziz said in government's response to the Senate.

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