Stay humble and continue working hard, army chief tells winning cricket team

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Pakistan has conducted a successful "training launch" of a short-range surface-to-surface ballistic missile "Nasr", the military announced on Wednesday.

The ISPR said the weapon system will "augment credible deterrence against the prevailing threat spectrum" more effectively, including anti-missile defenses deployed by hostile forces. He expressed his complete confidence in effective command, control, safety and security of all strategic assets and measures being taken to augment these.

"Nasr has put cold water on [the] Cold Start [doctrine]", Bajwa was quoted as saying.

"You are our real heroes, the unseen, we owe you our gratitude", he told a gathering of engineers and scientists involved in the missile system.

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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa asked the winning Pakistan cricket team to "stay humble" and "continue working hard", the media wing of the Pakistani military said.

The Inter Services Public Relation's release further went on to say, "Pakistan will go to any length to ensure regional peace and stability. Our capability is only meant to ensure, no one thinks war remains an option", he said.

The Pakistan Army chief was referring to the Indian Army's Cold Start doctrine, a theoretical operational plan that would allow Indian troops to quickly seize Pakistani territories without risking a nuclear conflict. "We wholeheartedly support all government efforts at peace through dialogue".

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