A nuclear battle between Pakistan and India will soon become “the last nuclear battle”, killing 20 million people immediately.
Earlier this week, Pakistani troops criticized Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his comment that New Delhi is ready to use “the mother of nuclear bombs” in retaliation in the event of a nuclear war broke out between two South Asian powers.
Horror scenario if the Indian-Pakistani war broke out
A nuclear battle between Pakistan and India will soon become “the last nuclear battle” and affect the whole world, warned Sardar Masood Khan – the governor of Pakistan’s Azad Jammu and Kashmir region.
“If a nuclear conflict takes place between India and Pakistan, 20 million people will die immediately,” Khan said at a conference organized by the Islamic Center and Global Issues in Istanbul, Turkey.
Anadolu news agency quoted Khan as saying: “The long-running conflict between India and Pakistan on Kashmir should be resolved so that peace can be established. We have no other solution. ”
The dispute between New Delhi and Islamabad broke into Kashmir shortly after the two countries gained independence from Britain in 1947. Of the three wars that erupted between the two countries between 1948-1971, the two were about Kashmir, robbing thousands of people.
“Conflicts in Kashmir not only involve politics, economy and geopolitics but it is also a human tragedy,” Khan said. The politician added that India and Pakistan could look to the United Nations and neighboring powers to find ways to solve the problem.
According to estimates by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Pakistan and India have 140-150 and 130-140 nuclear weapons respectively. Both countries can launch nuclear weapons from the air, on the ground and at sea.