Overseas Workplace spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmed. — Radio Pakistan/File

Pakistan rejects Indian media reviews claiming Indian port authorities had seized “attainable radioactive materials” on delivery containers aboard a industrial vessel loaded at Karachi Port, Overseas Workplace spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmed mentioned Saturday.

Indian media had falsely claimed that port authorities on the Mundra Port had seized the so-called “radioactive materials” on containers loaded on a Shanghai-bound industrial vessel.

The spokesperson, in a press release, clarified that the containers in query had been empty. That they had earlier been used for the transportation of gasoline from China to Karachi for the Ok-2 and Ok-Three nuclear energy vegetation and had been now being returned to China.

The spokesperson mentioned that each the facility vegetation and gasoline utilized in these vegetation are beneath the IAEA safeguards.

“The containers had been ‘EMPTY’ and the cargo was accurately declared as non-hazardous within the delivery paperwork,” he underscored.

The spokesperson famous that the reporting by the Indian media on the matter is “factually incorrect, baseless, laughable and a ordinary ploy of the Indian media to malign Pakistan and mislead the worldwide group”.

“The faux reporting by Indian media is indicative of a malafide intent to twist procedural customs points to deliver into disrepute IAEA safeguarded nuclear energy programme,” Ahmed added.

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