May 28, 1998, is a black day in history.
On May 28th, 1998, Pakistan performed a nuclear test at the Ras Koh site in Balochistan, causing harmful effects on the surrounding environment, plants, animals, and humans.
Decades have passed since this catastrophic event, and the effects of radiation have not been studied; the true extent of the damage remains immeasurable.
The BNM has recognized this day as a Black Day and advocates for the global elimination of nuclear weapons. It is crucial to take action to prevent any similar atrocities from happening in the future and ensure the safety and well-being of all living beings.
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