Kashmir may give ignition to Pakistan-India atomic war: US research organization said

Kashmir may cause the spark that lights South Asia’s nuclear war, warns a report by United States-based think tank stratfor.The report highlights the “specter of nuclear war” emerging and creating tensions between nuclear-armed neighbours Pakistan and India, which have spiked since New Delhi’s illegal revocation of Indian Occupied Kashmir’s (IOK) special status.It states that the possibility of the dispute going nuclear increased after India’s Defence Minister Rajnath Singh made a hidden threat of nuclear war in the region.Although Singh did not name any country, it is understood the threat was directed at Pakistan.The report states that if Pakistan and India use nuclear weapons, it would be the first use in war since the US destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.It also disagreed with the view that Kashmir is “India’s internal affair” or even a “bilateral issue between India and Pakistan”.The report mentions Prime Minister Imran Khan’s efforts to protect the Muslim-majority IOK and seek support from the international community, including fellow Muslim leaders

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The report likewise examines Pakistan’s triumph in February 2019 when its aviation based armed forces brought down an Indian contender stream and caught its pilot, Abhinandan Varthaman.It calls attention to that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi “did not recognize” Pakistan’s endeavor to express a desire for peace when Islamabad restored the caught Indian pilot on March 1.The report expresses that India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1947 guaranteed Kashmiris a plebiscite – the immediate vote of the considerable number of individuals from an electorate on a significant open inquiry, for example, an adjustment in the constitution – which never occurred.As per the US research organization, the best way to spare the world from atomic war is by asking the Kashmiris what they need.”The inquiry is, what do the individuals of Kashmir … need? Nobody is asking them, yet that might be the best way to spare them, and the world, from atomic war,” the report peruses.—Hadisa

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