Great danger looming over the world! Terrorists can get Pakistan’s nuclear weapons with the help of Dawood
Nuclear Weapon Threat From Pakistan: Experts said on Pakistan to rein in terrorists that the powers of the Pakistani government are limited in front of Pakistan’s army and intelligence agencies.
- Nuclear weapons are not safe in Pakistan
- Putting nuclear weapons in the hands of terrorists is dangerous
- Nuclear scientists expressed concern
ISLAMABAD: Fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim‘s nexus with terrorist organizations and black marketing of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons for nuclear scientist AQ Khan in the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai in 2009 (26/11). After 11 Attacks, it became a matter of concern in the hearing of the US Senate. During the hearing at that time, Senator John McCain on the lessons from the Mumbai attacks for the US said, “There is a danger that terrorist organizations within Pakistan may be able to obtain nuclear weapons.” We all know that Pakistan has nuclear weapons.
- Pakistan is not worth trusting!
To this the counter terrorism expert said, ‘I think this is a real concern. We get regular assurances from Pakistani authorities that they have nuclear weapons under tight control, but it is a matter of concern.
- Black marketing of nuclear weapons can lead to destruction
“When we look at the nexus in Pakistan between Dawood Ibrahim and terrorist organizations and the black marketing that was created through AQ Khan to support Pakistan’s own nuclear program, I mean, it’s a series of connections,” he said. is set. Organized crime, government authorities and terrorist organizations raise the possibility of massive finances and genuine concerns if they go down the path of mass destruction.
- Terrorists get tremendous benefits like this
Counter Terrorism Expert said that I do not want to exaggerate the threat because I still believe that terrorists get tremendous benefits from doing less technical things without trying to do some more technically challenging things. Take for example the Mumbai attack. Basically an example of a small-unit infantry strategy, as I mentioned earlier, that paralyzed a city of 20 million people within 3 days.
Experts said on Pakistan to rein in terrorists that the powers of the Pakistani government are limited in front of Pakistan’s army and intelligence agencies.
That’s why we can put pressure on them, as we should, but I think we have to accept that this is a long-term diplomatic slogan, he said. Before we can actually enlist Pakistan to fully cooperate against terrorism.
Experts said that by the way, this problem did not start with this government or even the previous government. In 1999 and 2000, it was recognized by the National Terrorism Commission that Pakistan was not fully cooperating against terrorism.