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Are you kidding me??? Nuclear War India and Pakistan is going to end civilization!!

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Jammu and Kashmir, Nov 3 (UITV)- The Indus river basin may be seen as a water time bomb, which may go off any time with increasing water scarcity, variability and progressively changing climate.

This is a close warning to both the nuclear giants in Asia – India and Pakistan. The termination of work was carried out on bilateral Indus river valley commission. Since 1960, this commission has been in force.

When the countries signed the Indus water treaty, Pakistan in turn declared it as the hostile part of New Delhi to take that action

The Indian subcontinent already has water supplies problems, and the further increase of the shortage of water resources may give rise to internal political instability in the country. The instability will in turn push the country's leadership to a move to "solve all problems at once."

In March 2016, former Minister for Foreign Affairs of Russia (in 1998-2004), Igor Ivanov, said that the danger of a nuclear war in Europe was higher than it was in the 1980s.

Death toll was raised to 25. At least 25 people, the vast majority of them civilians, have been killed during the past five days of heavy, cross-border artillery and machine gun fire between India and Pakistan in the disputed Kashmir region.

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It is estimated that if nuclear war breaks down between India and Pakistan then, around 2 billion people are going to die and that will probably be the most end of civilization.

“A billion people dead in the developing world is obviously a catastrophe unparalleled in human history,” said Ira Helfand, co-president of PSR and the study's lead author. “But then if you add to that the possibility of another 1.3 billion people in China being at risk, we are entering something that is clearly the end of civilization.”

Ira Helfand, co-president of PSR

These powerful words sends a shiver down the spinal cord on the atrocities that can take place in this cruel world which is running in the nuclear age.

“With a large war between the United States and Russia, we are talking about the possible, not certain, but possible, extinction of the human race,” Helfand said, according to Agence France Presse.

But given the situation of endless enmity between India and Pakistan, they are likely to watch a nuclear war  compared to those countries which have the ablity to do but won’t in any near future.

“The international community should continue to take practical steps to prevent additional countries from acquiring nuclear weapons,” Helfand said. “But this effort to prevent proliferation must be matched by real progress to eliminate the far greater danger posed by the vast arsenals that already exist. Simply put, the only way to eliminate the threat of nuclear war or risk of an accidental launch or mishap is to eliminate nuclear weapons.”

P.S. David Helfand is an US astronomer.