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World must 'seriously consider' safety of India's nuclear arsenal under Modi govt: Imran Khan

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Islamabad [Pakistan], Aug 18 (ANI): The world must seriously consider the safety and security of India's nuclear arsenal in the control of Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday.
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