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World must wake up to India’s nuke threat, PM Imran Khan

This is an issue that impacts not just the region but the world.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan has asked the world to worry about Indian nuclear weapons under a “fascist” and “racist” government in Delhi, amid escalating tensions between the neighbouring countries Pakistan and India.

Pakistani premier tries to bring international attention towards the Kashmir issue and ongoing crisis in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.

In a tweet, PM Imran Khan wrote, “The World must also seriously consider the safety & security of India’s nuclear arsenal in the control of the fascist, racist Hindu Supremacist Modi Govt. This is an issue that impacts not just the region but the world”.

Furthermore, PM Imran Khan has said that the Hindu supremacist government in India is not only a threat to its own minorities and “the very fabric of Nehru and Gandhi’s India”, but also to Pakistan.

He has urged the international community to have a better understanding regarding the extremist mindset of the Bharatiya Janata Party and its ideological fountainhead, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

“The Hindu Supremacist Modi Govt poses a threat to Pakistan as well as to the minorities in India & in fact to the very fabric of Nehru & Gandhi’s India. To understand the link between Nazi ideology & the ethnic cleansing & genocide ideology of RSS-BJP Founding Fathers just Google”, PM Imran Khan stated in his next tweet.

In the other tweet, he further wrote, ” Already 4m Indian Muslims face detention camps & cancellation of citizenship. The world must take note as this genie is out of the bottle & the doctrine of hate & genocide, with RSS goons on the rampage, will spread unless the international community acts now to stop it”.

These messages from PM Imran Khan were directed towards international community in response to the Indian defense minister’s statement, who on Friday said that New Delhi might change its “no first use” policy on nuclear weapons, amid heightened tensions with fellow atomic power Pakistan.

India committed in 1999 to not be the first to use nuclear weapons in any conflict. Among India’s neighbours China has a similar doctrine but arch-rival Pakistan does not.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh after visiting Pokhran, the site of India’s successful nuclear tests in 1998 under then prime minister Atal Vajpayee, made the comment on Twitter, “Pokhran is the area which witnessed Atal Ji’s firm resolve to make India a nuclear power and yet remain firmly committed to the doctrine of ‘No First Use’. India has strictly adhered to this doctrine. What happens in the future depends on the circumstances”.

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