The Karachi Nuclear Power Plant’s (KANUPP) Unit II was inaugurated by the Prime Minister in May 2021. The Unit is part of a three-unit complex situated in Karachi. While nuclear energy will enhance power generation in the country, the risks of accidents are enormous and wide-reaching. We only have to look at recent history and see how devastating the effects of Chernobyl and Fukushima have been. PILAP, along with a number of concerned citizens have filed a Constitutional Petition under Article 184 (3) of the Constitution against the Federal Government through the Cabinet Secretariat; the Government of Sindh; the Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority; the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission; the National Command Authority; the National Disaster Management Authority; the Sindh Provincial Disaster Management; the District Disaster Management Authority and the Sindh Environment Protection Agency. We have prayed for, inter alia, a review of the siting decision of KANUPP II and III; preparation of design safety plans; preparation of detailed and realistic emergency preparedness and response plans in accordance with relevant regulations; adherence to nuclear safety and radiation protection regulations etc.