Speaking at the awards ceremony recently, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said, "We defeated the enemy many times bigger than us yesterday and today is always the time to defeat the nefarious intentions of the enemy." We are ready, we are protecting our freedom with our blood.
If war is imposed on us, we will respond with bricks and stones. It is a fact that as a result of wars ruthless human lives are lost, millions of people are killed, women are widowed and children are orphaned. Famine is created in the countries and backwardness becomes their destiny for centuries. That is why Pakistan has been wanting peace from day one, while neighboring India is obsessed with war and wants to keep Pakistan under control by stockpiling modern weapons.
The tense situation between Pakistan and India is extremely worrying for both countries and the rest of the world, as both countries are armed with nuclear weapons, and nuclear It is also difficult to imagine what the situation might look like after any adventure between the two armed countries. It should be noted that there has never been a war between the two nuclear powers, so it is not possible to estimate the destruction of nuclear weapons, but if, God willing, there was a nuclear war between the two countries, the two countries would hardly describe its horror. I have someone
If there is a war between Pakistan and India, even if it started with non-nuclear weapons, the chances of using nuclear weapons will certainly increase a lot, and everyone knows that it is easy to start a war and it is very difficult to stop it. Difficult The world has fought two great non-nuclear wars before, the effects of which still haunt many countries in the name of war.
Thirty million people were killed in World War I and 60 million in World War II, meaning a population of 90 million was wiped out in the twentieth century. While atomic bombs are not like chemical bombs, they are very different from them. Not only can they cause more destruction than chemical bombs, but the devastating effects of atomic bombs last for years, even decades, after they have been used. The radiation from the Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986 reached hundreds of thousands of miles with the wind. Nearby cities were evacuated.
However, due to the radiation, vegetables grown in remote areas could not be eaten and cow's and goat's milk could not be drunk. Similarly, more than 75 years have passed since the Hiroshima and Nagasaki incidents. It is true that life there has returned to normal, but the question is whether the price paid by the Hiroshima and Nakasaki residents is necessary. Is it that the people of any city in India and Pakistan also pay that price?
Atomic bombs do not bring peace, so it is important for the people of India and the media to be fully aware of the far-reaching effects of nuclear war and the economic damage it can do. God willing, if a neighboring country launches a nuclear attack on another country, can its own country be protected from the effects of radiation from its nuclear attack? The American scientist Einstein worked on America's nuclear program.
After World War II, someone asked him, "Sir!" What will World War III look like? Einstein replied that he did not know of World War III, but that World War IV would be fought with swords and clubs. There is a great deal hidden in Einstein's answer that perhaps he was referring to World War III.
It will bring a catastrophe in which the world's atomic bomb possessing countries can use the atomic bomb and the same nuclear weapons can cause the geography of many countries to deteriorate and they will fall into the dust of such devastation that then they have knowledge. There will be no art, no science, no fighting equipment, so they will fight each other with sticks.
The international community has a huge responsibility to address the current tensions between Pakistan and India. Especially on major powers like the United States, Britain, France and Russia, because any escalation of tensions between the two nuclear powers could lead to the use of nuclear weapons, whose radiation effects are not limited to those countries.
They will stay, but they will go far, because destruction does not recognize borders. The time has come for Pakistan and India, which are nuclear powers and neighbors, to get rid of the idea that we should fight each other. The real reason for the dispute between Pakistan and India is Kashmir, but India is stubborn. Not serious in resolving the issue, although India has had numerous opportunities for peaceful dialogue.
But perhaps India is convinced of the use of force instead of peaceful negotiations. But India must remember that war is a game of fire and blood The result is destruction and ruin, widowhood and orphanhood, disability and poverty, not prosperity at all. If India's aggressive activities and war frenzy lead to war in nuclear-armed countries, world peace is bound to be affected.