KARACHI - Legal expert and former foreign minister, Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada, has disclosed that Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had talked about devising an atomic bomb through indirect ways due to the desire of Gandhi to use against Britain. Quoting the reference of a book entitled Gandhi Bhand the Mask of Twenty, written by G B Singh, he said that June 16, 1947, Gandhi, in his speech, had categorically said: If we had atomic bomb, we would have used it against Britain. Pirzada was talking to Waqt News TV channel at his office on Thursday. Responding to Gandhi speech, Quaid-i-Azam in his speech on January 23, 1948, described the dangerous aftermaths of the World War-II and said that Pakistan would obtain every possible defence system to halt the ways of transgression. Jinnah has termed Kashmir as the nerve of the Pakistan, and said several times that no country or nation can bear any sword on its nerve. He also disclosed that before the visit of former US President Bill Clinton to Pakistan, the foreign minister of Musharraf regime had agreed in the cabinet meeting to sign Nuclear Proliferation Treaty (NPT), but on my meddling another minister stopped Musharraf from doing so. He praised the efforts made by Chief of Army Staff General Kayani to encounter the terrorism. He also appreciated the role of Prime Minister Yousuf Gilani in dealing the Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline issue.