Prabhasakshi Newsroom | ‘Pakistan has nuclear bomb, we should respect them’, Mani Shankar Aiyar’s controversial statement again amid elections

Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar on Friday sparked controversy by saying that Pakistan is a respectable nation and suggested that India should hold talks with them. Chill Pill In an interview with Mani Shankar Aiyar on April 15, the Congress leader warned that if respect was not given, Islamabad could consider using its nuclear bomb against India.

Iyer said in the video going viral on social media “They are also a sovereign country (Pakistan). They are a respected nation. You can talk sternly with them (Pakistan). But start talks. You are carrying a gun which did not get you anything. Tension is rising. And if a madman comes there, what will happen to the country? They also have a nuclear bomb, but if a madman explodes our bomb at Lahore station, within eight seconds, its radioactivity will reach Amritsar. Will go.

Aiyar warned about the possible consequences of a “madman” detonating a nuclear bomb, highlighting the fact that both India and Pakistan possess nuclear weapons.

Mani Shankar Iyer said “So you should stop the use of nuclear bombs. But, if you start talks with them (Pakistan) and encourage them (by treating them as such), then they should start thinking about their nuclear bombs. But If you reject them, what will happen if some madman comes and explodes a bomb?” Aiyar took a veiled dig at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Center by claiming that no efforts have been made to reach out to Pakistan in the last decade to resolve bilateral issues with India to become a global leader. Emphasized importance.

Meanwhile, the BJP criticized Mani Shankar Aiyar’s remarks on Pakistan and asserted that “this is PM Modi’s India.” BJP MP and party candidate from Gorakhpur Lok Sabha seat Ravi Kishan said “At this moment Pakistan is collecting grains for itself. They are facing food crisis… Mani Shankar Aiyar should get his treatment somewhere. This is not the India of Congress. Now, India is very powerful. This PM Modi Is from India.

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