Nuclear non-proliferation debates have earned significant considerations in the contemporary era. This has brought a shift of paradigm in the global nuclear politics as parties to the nonproliferation efforts; spot such developments with regard to their threat perception. Being optimistic and pessimistic, the stakeholders are primarily divided into two diverse positions like “More may be better” and “More may be worse”. The unanimity over the possibility of accidental threats and nuclear terrorism has led the world to counter the likelihoods of any catastrophe in future. The global campaign to curb proliferation dilemma is a key depiction of seriousness of proliferation matters. Being latest nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has jumped into mainstream of global nuclear affairs and her attitude towards the non-proliferation regimes is vital at this point of time. This paper is an effort to analyze the Pakistani position on FMCT in comparative perspective.