India vs. Pakistan War: Nuclear conflict begins; 100 million Indians to die

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The decade old India vs. Pakistan rivalry could head to a deadly ending as both the countries are spiraling towards a nuclear war. 18 Indian soldiers were killed in the Uri attack and this has led to an increased political tension between the leaders of the two nations.

Subramanian Swamy, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and recently appointed Rajya Sabha Member of the Parliament (MP) made a bold claim stating that 100 million Indians should be prepared to die and that India’s nuclear bombs will wipe Pakistan off the face of the earth.

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“10 crore (100 million) Indians to be prepared to get killed by nuclear strikes. If there is a nuclear war with Pakistan, only 10 crore Indians will die. But India will still be left with 110 crore (1.1 billion) population. Our nuclear bombs will wipe off Pakistan from world’s map.” Swamy said to ABP News, via India.com.

Swami also claimed that India has already started its war operation against Pakistan, which the people are still not aware of. However the news will soon be made public.

“Our will soon start surgical strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed’s base in Pakistan. I think there is very low chance of nuclear with Pakistan. But if it takes place then 10 crore Indians must prepare themselves to die”. Swami added.

The 77-year-old also claimed that India’s nuclear strike on Pakistan will break the country into four parts. He also went on to state that there will be strike at various terror camps in Pakistan over the next few days.

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The man from Mylapore, Madras Presidency, India is known for making sensational statements and has been in trouble for it in the past. This nature of his has cost him his job at Harvard, where he was working as a professor. Around 400 students at the university complained about his behavior and asked the administration to remove him. He was accused for an article he published in an Indian newspaper demeaning the Muslim community.

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