Pakistan's nuclear weapons are a matter of concern for global powers, the danger of being caught by terrorists
According to the report of Global Strat View, the threat has increased even more with the return of Afghanistan to power. The potential for Pakistan's potential deployment of nuclear weapons to be misused has increased substantially.
Pakistan's nuclear weapons have given rise to global concerns. Explain that due to political instability in Pakistan, terrorist organizations can take possession of nuclear weapons at any time, which can increase the danger in the whole world.
US President Joe Biden called Pakistan the most dangerous country in the world at a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee reception. Apart from Pakistan, he also criticized China and Russia.
The threat of nuclear weapons getting into the hands of terrorists
According to the Global Strat View report, there is a danger of nuclear weapons being planted by its various organisations and jihadi groups in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Analysts say that Pakistan's jihadists, excited by the Taliban's victory in Afghanistan, may also try to capture nuclear weapons.
Farooq Sulehria, a Pakistani journalist based in London, said, "The Talibanization of the Pakistani military is something we cannot ignore. What if the Taliban internally acquire nuclear assets?".
America is right to worry
Experts and US Presidents have expressed their concern several times over Pakistan's nuclear weapons. Harvard nuclear expert, Graham Ellison, said that "when you map weapons of mass destruction and terrorism, all roads meet in Pakistan." He said this during a meeting at the US Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism.
Afghanistan is also the main reason
According to the report of Global Strat View, the political turmoil in Afghanistan can also pose a threat to the neighbouring country of Pakistan. Weapons production and possible deployment of nuclear weapons by Pakistan can significantly increase the potential for misuse. Let us tell you that former US President Bill Clinton also had similar apprehensions regarding Pakistan's progress towards nuclear testing.
Clinton called the nuclear tests dangerously destabilizing.The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, along with their highly placed generals, assert their awareness of the risks posed to Pakistan's nuclear weapons and its national security by Afghanistan's move did.