The State Department had requested that they remain secret even though they were not classified. [159] Foreign Minister Condoleezza Rice also previously told the House Foreign Affairs Panel in public testimony that any agreement “must be in full compliance with the obligations of the Hyde Act.” [33] Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Richard Boucher and former Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs Jeffrey Bergner also said the agreement would comply with the Hyde Act.[160] Operating India`s eight unguarded PHWRs under such a [conservative] regime would leave between 12,135 and 13,370 kilograms of military plutonium in New Delhi. which is enough to produce between 2,023 and 2,228 nuclear weapons that go beyond those already present in India`s arsenal.