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Sheik Rasheed admitted that the Indian army is superior to the Pakistani army and so Pakistan is working on miniaturized nuclear weapons.
Sheik Rasheed, the Federal Railways minister of the Imran Khan government, who is considered the voice of Pakistan’s notorious intelligence agency- ISI has threatened India with a nuclear war.
In an interview to a television channel, Sheik Rasheed admitted that the Indian army is far superior to the Pakistani army and so Pakistan is working on miniaturized nuclear weapons.
He boasted about Pakistan’s miniature size small and very accurate atom bombs that can target India all the way up to Assam in a way that the Muslims in India would be spared.
This is not the first time that Sheik Rasheed targeted India with nuclear weapons. In September 2019, he boasted about Pakistan having nuclear weapons as small as 125 to 150 grams that can destroy only a targeted area.
Rasheed’s current rant on India is seen as a way to divert the attention desperately from the Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to Saudi Arabia.
Sheikh Rasheed and his discoveries. This time he's found a scientist who made a precision kafir bomb for India. pic.twitter.com/uozTBHPLM2— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) August 20, 2020
Some commentators of Pakistan say that Pakistan was never deeply insulted so badly like this time with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia and his Royal Highness Mohammed Bin Salman refusing to give audience to the Pakistani army chief and director General of ISI.
Saudi Arabia insisted on Pakistan from spreading terror in Jammu and Kashmir. Instead of complying to Saudi Arabia’s suggestion, the foreign minister of Pakistan Shah Mehmood Qureshi had virtually threatened Saudi Arabia to call on an Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) to meet on Kashmir or let Pakistan do so.
Irked by the statements from Pakistan’s foreign ministry, Saudi Arabia called a spade a spade by commanding Pakistan to repay the 3 billion dollar loan and also put restrictions on the supply of oil to Pakistan.
However, Pakistan’s Prime Minister brushed the disputes between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia and said the rumors of the relationship between both the countries being soured are totally false.
Pakistan’s army chief traveled to Saudi Arabia for a one day visit on Tuesday that was primarily military affairs oriented.
But the top military and government officials say that the meet is to simmer the standoff between the countries that could badly hurt the worst-affected Pakistan’s foreign reserves.
They also said that Saudi Arabia is demanding the payment of $1 billion of the loan instantly and has not responded to Pakistan’s requests to extend the supply of oil to the country.
The threatening words about nuclear war by Sheik Rasheed come amidst all this soaring stand-off between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
Pakistan has forever been demanding Jammu and Kashmir as its territory and has never ceased from an option to hurt Indian sentiments on the Union territory.
By Gayatri Yellayi