Nuclear War Between India, Pakistan 'Most Likely'

Nuclear War Between India, Pakistan 'Most Likely'

Kerry Wise
March 10, 2019

On the Kartarpur corridor, Faisal said it was a project initiated by Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, for which a Pakistani delegation will be visiting India on March 14.

Shopkeepers watch the speech of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, after Pakistan shot down two Indian military aircrafts, at a shop selling television screens in Karachi, Pakistan February 27, 2019.

One such attack in Indian-controlled Kashmir on February 14, claimed by the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) Pakistan-based group, killed 40 Indian paramilitary police and led to clashes between the nuclear-armed rivals as India retaliated.

Amid claims and counter-claims on the damage caused to the Jaise-e-Mohammad (JeM) terror camp in Balakot, Pakistan, some television channels on Wednesday reported that Indian Air Force (IAF) has shared the proof of accuracy of its strike with the government. Tensions between India and Pakistan flared up after the attack.

This starts with cracking down on the JeM and other terrorist groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba which was responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attack, Bera said, adding that unfortunately, Pakistan's behaviour towards these terrorist groups have been contradictory and self-defeating. He said foreign ministers of China, Russia, Turkey, UAE and Jordan also played a significant role in reducing tension between the two countries.

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As India seeks to mount pressure on Pakistan to give up the use of terrorism as an instrument of state policy, it is also "moving towards" urging the world community to consider declaring Pakistan a state-sponsor of terrorism, the Indian official said.

"A solution to a conflict that touches so many religious and nationalist nerves must ultimately come from within, through talks among India, Pakistan and the people of [occupied] Kashmir".

But Pakistan has rarely followed through on such promises, the paper said.

Pakistan on Thursday said that as part of its continuing operation against Islamist groups and their leaders, 121 people were taken into preventive detention and 182 madrasas were seized.

Only one aircraft was lost by India during Pakistan's unsuccessful attempt at targeting Indian military installations, he said. "Did they not insult the forces", Modi said.