Islamabad: Senior Pakistani journalist and columnist Hassan Nisar on Saturday advised the leadership of his country to stop threatening India with a nuclear attack and said that Pakistan will end up literally if war between two countries takes place.
Nisar was speaking to 'World News' when he said that Islamabad went out of the way to make India its enemy.
Training his guns on Pakistani leadership for escalating tension with India, Nisar said, "We have a bevy of uneducated people here in Pakistan. They don't know what is atom bomb."
"We have an insane horde in Pakistan. These are strange people, who celebrate their own ruin. We (Pakistanis) have been successful in making an atom bomb, but failed in providing books to our children. We couldn't provide justice to our people but managed to get access to nuclear weapons," he said.
"India's population is over one billion and Pakistan's population is 18 crore. In the event of a nuclear war, even if you inflict four times more casualties on India, there would be more than 20 crore people living in India. But, by then Pakistan will be finished and will be erased from the world map," Nisar reasoned out.
Recently, Pakistan's Defence Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif and Jamaat ud Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed had warned India of a nuclear attack in the aftermath of India's surgical attacks across the Line of Control (LoC).
(With India Today inputs)