Ever since abrogation of article 370 which provided special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, Pakistan has issued multiple threats
of an impending nuclear war with India. The step taken by Indian government to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir has left Pakistan surprised and helpless. Now Pakistan is reacting furiously and is anxious to deal with Jammu and Kashmir’s
new status. Pakistan has launched a ‘War of Words’ and is making all efforts to portray a wrong image of India by blaming Indian government of violating its own constitution for scrapping Article 370, detaining people of Kashmir, human rights violation,
imposing a curfew and communication ban in the valley. It is leaving no opportunity to highlight the situation of Kashmir on the international forums and instigating own population to fight for Kashmir. Imran Khan proclaims himself as ambassador for the people
of Kashmir. He called Modi regime to be fascist and projected the RSS ideology to be inspired by Nazi Germany.
Pakistan in United Nation
Pakistan continued with its rhetoric of nuclear war with India and threatened the world community of possible “Bloodbath in Kashmir” while
addressing the United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) and said “my main reason for coming here was to meet world leaders at the UN and speak about this. We are heading for a potential disaster of proportions that no one here realises,” Khan said.
“It is the only time since the Cuban crisis that two nuclear-armed countries are coming face to face. We did come to face to face in February.” However there was any significant “reaction” from the world community during or post UNGA