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Starts weighing nuclear bombs after Indian Army destroy terror launch pads
Pak Mantri becomes laughing stock
10/23/2019 11:11:07 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 23: The heightened tension along the Line of Control (LoC) and different areas of Jammu & Kashmir seems to have created ripples in Pakistan.
Soon after Indian Army targeted terror launch pads in the Neelam Valley in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and inflicted heavy loss to the terrorists and the Pak Army, Pakistan Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid, who is infamous for making comical comments, once again claimed that his country possesses nuclear bombs weighing from 250 grams to 1 kilogram. He claimed that undeclared war has already commenced as the strikes carried out by the Indian Army have caused huge damage. "There won't be any conventional war now. We'll use nuclear bombs to fight the war which has begun," said Sheikh Rashid.
His statement evoked sharp reaction even in his own country, a political analyst from Pakistan while participating in a debate in a national news channel described Sheikh Rashid as clown, who doesn't know what he speaks.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "It is strange that the country (Pakistan) which is all set to become bankrupt within few months and figures in the grey list of the FATF can't think beyond a war. The recent strike by the Indian Army in the Neelam Valley has once again broken the back of the terrorists, whom Pakistan wanted to push into this side to carry forward their agenda of terror." He said that Pakistani leaders have lost the plot as their country has drowned neck deep into debt. "Pakistani leaders are diverting the attention of their people by raising the terror bogey and talking about the possible nuclear war. If Pakistan fails to clear the major debts by 2022 it may end up in big trouble. China has given billions of dollars to Pakistan as loan and if Pakistan government fails to pay the money back there is every possibility about China occupying part of the Pakistani territory," the analyst added.
He said, "It has been proven beyond the doubt that Pakistan is a failed state and it is on the verge of disintegration once again. Pakistan has not learnt any lessons from 1971 war when it lost East Pakistan and Bangladesh came into existence. Now, it wants one more war and there is every chance of it loosing Pakistan occupied Kashmir this time around."
An observer said that, "International community has already dismissed the claims of Pakistan and it stands isolated at every front."
It is in place to mention here that Jammu & Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik has recently said that, "If Pakistan doesn't mend its ways Indian Army will cross the LoC and dismantle the terror infrastructure."
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