Indian nuclear bombs are not for Diwali, PM Modi threatens Pakistan

Clay Curtis
April 23, 2019

Pakistan has reacted strongly to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent anti-Pakistan statements, terming them "highly unfortunate and irresponsible".

Dr Faisal said such nuclear brinksmanship must be discouraged, adding that in the interest of the region, both countries should resume dialogue and discuss confidence building and restraint measures for the long-term strategic stability in South Asia.

"India has now ended its policy of getting scared of Pakistan's threats", Modi said, "'We have a nuclear button, we have a nuclear button' they used to say".

Modi had made the comments on nuclear capability during a rally in Barmer district of Rajasthan. So what do we have then? It is always trying to scare us with their nuclear weaponry.

Speaking at the rally in Jodhpur, the Prime Minister said that due to the lack of willpower of the previous Congress governments, the world believed Pakistan instead of India.

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Mr Modi and his ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have been promoting the Indian Government's national security record as a potential vote victor in the country's general election. The Chief Minister of Karnataka said that those people, who do not have anything to eat join the forces.

Mehbooba tweeted, "If India hasn't kept nuclear bomb for Diwali, it's obvious Pakistan's not kept theirs for Eid either".

Mufti said it was "amusing and baffling" to be trolled by the "right wing".

National Conference leader Omar Abdullah targeted Modi and Mufti in his criticism.

Chittorgarh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that people of the country have faith that he can tolerate attacks against himself and risk his political future but cannot let the nation down. During the clash on 27 February, India claims to have shot down one F-16 fighter jet with a MiG-21 Bison, before the latter was shot down by defences inside Pakistani territory. "It will be a sad moment that India is globally judged and you are equated with [North Korean leader] Kim Jong-un for making threatening statements of nuclear strike".

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