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Pakistani journalist and political analyst, Hassan Nisar
  • Pakistani analyst, Hassan Nisar has warned his country’s leadership to stop threatening India with a suicidal act like nuclear attack
  • Taking part in a discussion on the Pakistani news channel, Nisar said that Islamabad went out of the way to make India its enemy
  • Pakistan’s defence minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif had recently warned of a nuclear war with India

Oct 02, 2016: Senior journalist and noted political Pakistani analyst, Hassan Nisar has warned his country’s leadership to stop threatening India with a nuclear attack. He told Dunya News that a nuclear attack on India will be suicidal.

Nisar was responding to India’s national security advisor Ajit Doval’s statement that if Pakistan forced a nuclear war, it would have to pay a very heavy price.


Taking part in a discussion on the Pakistani news channel, Nisar said that Islamabad went out of the way to make India its enemy. “It’s a great mischief that by pricking India, we made it our enemy. We went out of the way to do so,” Nisar said.

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‘DON’T TALK OF NUKE WAR’


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Nisar lashed out at the Pakistani leadership for escalating tension with India and threatening it with a nuclear war. “We have a bevy of uneducated people here in Pakistan. They don’t know what is atom bomb,” he said.

“India’s population is over one billion and Pakistan’s population is 18 crore. In the event of a nuclear war, even if you inflict four times more casualties on India, there would be more than 20 crore people living in India. But, by then Pakistan will be finished,” Nisar reasoned out.

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“We have an insane horde in Pakistan. These are strange people, who celebrate their own ruin,” said the noted political analyst.

THE BACKGROUND

Pakistan’s defence minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif had recently warned of a nuclear war with India. Soon after his statement, international terrorists Syed Salahuddin and Hafiz Saeed repeated the barb.

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Hassan Nisar apparently took a dig at the Pakistan’s defence minister and the terror chiefs patronised by Islamabad. (IANS)


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