The Toba Kakar Mountains are a southern branch of the Himalayas in the Balochistan locale of Pakistan, close to the fringe with Afghanistan. The chronicled course through the mountains is known as the Bolan Pass. The mountains initially got media consideration in August 1979; when proof rose that Pakistan might be utilizing them as a potential workspace towards advancement of atomic weapons. Again in April 1981, the United States government raised concerns, this time with Senator Alan Cranston alluding explicitly to an atomic test site, incorporated with the side of the mountains, 40 kilometers from Afghanistan. Accordingly, Congress altered existing enactment that would end money related help to Pakistan in case of any atomic test, with the goal that it couldn’t be postponed by the president.